Rockvilla, National Theatre of Scotland, 125 Craighall Road, G4 9TL
Composer Gareth Williams and Playwright Oliver Emmanuel talk about their First World War trilogy, The 306, written to commemorate the 306 men shot for cowardice and desertion in World War One.
The 306: Dusk is the final part in the National Theatre of Scotland's World War One Trilogy, co-produced with Perth Theatre and part of the 1418 NOW programme of new work marking UK’s WWI centenary commemorations. Co-created by award-winning duo, composer Gareth Williams and Oliver Emmanuel playwright, The 306: Dusk premieres later this year at Perth Theatre. The 306: Dusk brings the trilogy into the modern day, exploring the depth of feeling around the First World War a century on from its conclusion, and how the spectre of trauma continues to haunt soldiers in the modern day. Find out more about the three productions from Gareth and Oliver, and about their recent research trip to the Somme to visit the WW1 battlefields and graveyards.
Sat 15th, 2pm; 60 minutes
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