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Scotland the Brave: An Incomplete History of Scotland (part 1) archiveThis show is a light-hearted whirlwind tour through Scottish history from 1286 when Alexander III fell off his horse through to the declaration of Arbroath in 1320 covering all the important bits in between. The whole period of history is told by a band of travelling players who take on literally dozens of roles and give answers to such question as: What really happened when 13 people all baggsied the throne of Scotland? Did Edward I of England really meet William Wallace and did he look like Mel Gibson? Why was Stirling such a popular area for battles? Why are the Norwegians, Irish and English involved anyway? Why did anyone want to steal a big stone? All this and more will be revealed.

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Company: Borderline Theatre Company
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Scotland the Brave: An Incomplete History of Scotland (part 1)

Scotland the Brave: An Incomplete History of Scotland (part 1) (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1830430996. Details of all Scotland the Brave: An Incomplete History of Scotland (part 1) archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1820202047

Archive Listings

2 Mar 02Palace Theatre
Kilmarnock
East Ayrshire
19 Feb 02Eden Court Theatre
Inverness
Highlands

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