The Secret Garden – On Tour

This spring, Red Bridge Arts presents a wild and beautiful retelling of The Secret Garden, adapted and co-directed by BAA’s Rosalind Sydney and featuring Itxaso Moreno as Mary.

When Mary arrives from far away to live with her uncle, everybody says she is the most disagreeable-looking child ever seen. It is true, too! Mary is grumpy and difficult…and also very lonely. That all changes when she happens upon a mysterious garden that has been locked and hidden away for years. There, she discovers wonders and magic that she never imagined possible.

Join Mary on a journey filled with secrets, mystery and unexpected friendships, coming to venues across Scotland, beginning with Platform and The Tron in Glasgow.

Adapted by Rosalind Sydney
Co-Directed by Rosalind Sydney & Ian Cameron

Runs 7th Feb – 8 March.

For tickets, dates and more info, click here


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