Playwright Rona Munro, whose trilogy The James Plays will appear at 2014 Edinburgh International Festival, contrary to claims by outgoing Festival director that no works addressing Scottish politics were anticipated Following denials in 2013 by outgoing Festival director Jonathan Mills that the 2014 Edinburgh International Festival would go anywhere near the Scottish independence debate, a major trilogy of plays on the theme of Scottishness has been announced for this year’s Festival.The James Plays is a trilogy of works by award-winning Scottish playwright Rona Munro looking at the three generations of Stewart kings who ruled Scotland in the 15th century, to be staged in Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre in August 2014, and at London’s National Theatre during September and October.
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David Greig and David Mac Lennan curate The Great Yes, No, Don’t Know, Five Minute Theatre Show in June, which collects 200 micro-theatre shows in a 24-hour event to be streamed online.
The day before the referendum vote itself, more than 100 people selected from across the nation will gather in Edinburgh’s Assembly Hall for Blabbermouth, a 12-hour event on 17 September featuring readings from Scotland’s greatest texts.
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She is bright, kind and generous and often handles the sensitive side to the investigations she and the Taggart team are working on.