BAA’s Simon Macallum is part of the cast of Adam Smith: The Invisible Hand, coming to Panmure House for the Edinburgh Festival period.
What would happen if the lost papers of a genius were recovered in the modern day? Four actors present a dramatisation of the life and works of Adam Smith, performed in the house in which he lived and died. Join Jean Jacques Rousseau, Voltaire, Robert Burns and Margaret Smith – Adam Smith’s mother – for a journey that resonates from the eighteenth century to the present day.
Runs Aug 14-18, 20-25
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