6th November 2019

A DOUBLE taster of theatre is coming to Lyth Arts Centre this November as two of Scotland’s leading drama companies venture north.

On Thursday (November 7 at 8pm) there will be a return visit from drama group Two Destination Language.

After visiting in 2018, the company is back with its latest show Fallen Fruit. A hit at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018, the piece was described by theatre critic Lyn Gardner as “a delicate show about tearing down walls and living with the past”.

It tells the story of the fall of the Berlin Wall with humour and a cardboard set.

The following Thursday (November 14, 8pm) Stellar Quines is visiting with its new play called Hope and Joy by award-winning writer Ellie Stewart.

This comedy show, described by critics as “weird and wonderful”, is touring throughout Scotland and the creative team will be spending two nights in Caithness to lead a special workshop with young actors.

This performance also includes a pre-show meal by the Whaligoe Steps Café.

To find out more and to book tickets, visit the Lyth Arts Centre website at www.lytharts.org.uk or call 01955 641434.

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