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A theatrical investigation based on interviews conducted by Gregory Burke with former soldiers of the Black Watch who served in Iraq. Valued for the clan ties and bravery at its heart, the Black Watch has been in the vanguard of countless British military expeditions from Waterloo and the Somme to Kosovo. Its last great challenge before amalgamation was relieving American forces at Camp Dogwood in Iraq. Running time: 110 mins (no interval). Age guide: suggested 16+Performers Cameron Barnes (Macca), Benjamin Davies (Stewarty), Scott Fletcher (Kenzie), Andrew Fraser (Fraz), Robert Jack (Writer/Sergeant), Stuart Martin (Cammy), Stephen McCole (Officer/Lord Elgin), Adam McNamara (Rossco & Understudying Officer/Lord Elgin/Writer/Sergeant), Richard Rankin (Granty), Gavin Jon Wright (Nabsy), Matt McClure (Understydying Cammy/Nabsy/Granty/Stewarty), Daniel Portman (Understydying Fraz/Kenzie/Rossco/Macca).
Author Gregory Burke. Producer National Theatre of Scotland. Director John Tiffany. Design Laura Hopkins. Costume Jessica Brettle. Lighting Colin Grenfell. Sound Gareth Fry. Design Leo Warner (video). Design Mark Grimmer (video - for Fifty Nine Productions Ltd).
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