A Game of Death and Chance – Gladstone’s Land, Edinburgh

A Game of Death and Chance opens at Gladstone’s Land this August, featuring BAA’s Wendy Seager as Caledonia and Kevin Lennon as Daniel Defoe.

In this unique theatre experience, audiences meet characters including a publican, an investor and a spy who’ll share details with them from Edinburgh’s colourful past as they journey through Gladstone’s Land. You’ll hear tales spanning from the Union of the Crowns in 1603 to the Act of Union in 1707. At this time, Edinburgh was haunted by death and disease but propelled by the hope of a better country. When you’ve heard from each character, you’ll have a choice to make. That choice will result in a different outcome for each character!

Runs August 14-25

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