Choose black comedy. Choose the absurd. Choose the surreal. Choose In-Yer-Face. Choose a cult classic re-imagined.
Choose a play about friendship, drugs, sex, punk, insanity and youth.
Trainspotting is the tale of a group of young friends in their twenties, alienated by modern life and desperate to find some escape. The play is a broken, jagged series of scenes and monologues about heroin, sex, life and youth, all interwoven with pitch-black comedy and brutal honesty.
Directed By Daniel Tremlett
Renton - Sam Stone
Tommy - Stuart Beswick
Spud - Hollie McCarthy
SickBoy - Connor Newson
Begbie - Sarah Green
Alison - Antonia Draper
Ensemble: James Ireland, Josh Stone, Adele Reeves, Rosie Beard, Daisy Horan
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