Submarine Time Machine

The unlikely final mission of a World War II midget submarine provides the inspiration for the National Theatre of Scotland’s first participatory production since moving into its new base at Rockvilla on the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal in Glasgow.

From April 2017, local participants from Speirs Locks to Firhill Basin will work alongside National Theatre of Scotland artists to explore the truth and myth around the Submarine’s last journey. They will create a truly immersive theatre experience, with audiences invited to step aboard for a series of performances on the canal.

The National Theatre of Scotland presents Submarine Time Machine on the Forth and Clyde Canal on 23rd, 24th and 25th of June, the cast includes BAA client Michele Gallagher


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