Breakfast Plays – B!rth

Neshla Caplan can be seen in two of this year’s BREAKFAST PLAYS at the Traverse Theatre over the Festival OUROBOROS by Swati Simha (India) & Q&Q by Liwaa Yazji (Syria).

The plays can be seen on intermittent mornings from the 15th-27th August.

Heartfelt and hard-hitting, these plays tackle one of the key issues today: the vast inequality in healthcare across the world. Each year, millions of women and children die from preventable causes. These are not mere statistics. Start your festival day with these script-in-hand performances, and enjoy a breakfast roll and tea/coffee with your ticket. 


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