Mon, 02 March, 2020 — Sat, 07 March, 2020

By Isabel Wright | Directed By Paul Brotherston

Cast: Jack Tarlton

Daniel returns to Edinburgh to clear out his father’s flat while recovering from a painful break-up. His father refuses to move out until they find his dog. Father and son search Arthur’s Seat for the dog, while Daniel faces his feelings about his relationship and the death of his brother. On finding the dog dead Daniel is finally able to admit to his fears about becoming a father to his girlfriend.

Isabel Wright's stage plays have been produced and performed throughout the UK and internationally. Her plays include 'Mr Placebo' and '15 Seconds' (Traverse), 'Gilt' (7-84), 'Peepshow' (Frantic Assembly), and 'Blooded' (Boilerhouse). She has also been commissioned by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Scottish Ensemble, and the Stephen Joseph Theatre. Her recent radio play 'Shrapnel' was produced by Radio 4. She is also an experienced creative writing and drama workshop facilitator and script-reader. She is delighted to be writing for PPP this season.

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