Mon, 13 June, 2022 — Sat, 18 June, 2022
Directed by Rebecca Atkinson-Lord | Cast - Belle Jones, Helen Katamba and Ross Allan
When the landowner of a remote, neglected Highland estate dies, leaving everything to his long-lost daughter, the struggling locals are astonished to hear her radical, altruistic plans. With increasingly impassable flooding threatening to isolate the community further, they’re forced to confront their dedication to the land they live on and the vital need for cooperation if they’re to survive there.
Presented in association with An Tobar & Mull Theatre.
An Tobar & Mull Theatre w/c 2oth Jun, 2022
BELLE JONES was one of BBC Writersroom’s Scottish Voices for 2020 and her comedy short Showing Face was released as part of BBC Scotland Short Stuff. Her mixed media play Shame ran at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and was shortlisted for the Scottish Arts Club Award. Closed Doors, a spoken word show she co-wrote with Novasound also had a successful run at the Fringe. She has written for schoolchildren (Hopscotch Theatre), created the story for walking audio theatre (They Eat Culture) and designed an installation for Perth Museum (ICONS commission).