We’re thrilled for our client Irene Allan, who’s joined the cast of Red Dust Road, which premieres at the Edinburgh Festival and then goes out on tour.
Growing up in 70s’ Scotland as the adopted mixed raced child of a Communist couple, young Jackie blossomed into an outspoken, talented poet. Then she decided to find her birth parents…
From Nairn to Lagos, Red Dust Road takes you on a journey full of heart, humour and deep emotions. Discover how we are shaped by the folk songs we hear as much as by the cells in our bodies.
Opening at the Edinburgh International Festival in August 2019, and at HOME, Manchester in September 2019
Touring to Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling and Eden Court Theatre, Inverness in autumn 2019.
Written by Jackie Kay. Adapted by Tanika Gupta. Directed by Dawn Walton.
A National Theatre of Scotland and HOME, Manchester co-production. Developed with the support of Macrobert Arts Centre.
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