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VenueEastwood Park Theatre
From11th March 2014
To11th March 2014
What is currently on at Eastwood Park Theatre (V1057)


Scotland after the '45 is a land struggling with its identities and loyalties. From vastly differing backgrounds, young David Balfour and the fugitive Allan Breck, flung together on a ship with a wild and reckless crew, must work together to save each other. David learns, in the course of a few short weeks that treachery and murder co-exist with courage and honour. The action of the play covers Scotland from the borders, Edinburgh and the Forth, through Erraid and the Isle of Mull, across Appin and Rannoch Moor into the hills of Perthshire.
Book by Robert Louis Stevenson

Archive :: production:T1292064740, play:S1236949888, venue:V1057

Production details


Company Sell-a-Door Theatre Company
Adapted by Ivan Wilkinson
Director Anna Fox
Design Richard evans
Lighting Charlie Morgan Jones
Performer Stewart McCheyne (David Balfour)
Performer Simon Weir (Alan Breck)
Performer Jamie Laird (Older David Hoseason)
Performer Lesley Cook (Mrs Balfour/Ransome/Margaret Stewart/Mungo Campbell)
Performer Christopher Anderton (Alan Balfour/James of the Glens/Cluny MacPherson/Ebenezer Balfour)

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