19:30 - 20:30, Friday 26th - Sunday 28th October
Meet at 19:00 outside Badabing
2 Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, EH3 9QB
Over 18s / Tickets: £15.00/£12.00
What would you do to survive? When the zombie virus spread through Scotland most people took refuge on the western isles. A few souls sail the mainland canals on perilous salvage operations.
Witness the crew of the Lochrin Belle venture into the heart of zombie ravaged Edinburgh on a terrifying supply run. Are they brave, bold, or simply without choice?
A site-specific zombie horror play, written by Kristofor Bate & Jonathan Whiteside. Part of the Edinburgh Horror Festival.
Please note the performance takes place on the narrowboat which will sail along the canal, therefore latecomers cannot be admitted and will most likely be eaten.
THE LAST DAYS OF MANKIND
10th -16th November, different times
Leith Theatre, 28-30 Ferry Road, EH6 4AE
Age limit: 13 and over
Tickets start at £10 for preview, £14 thereafter
The Last Days of Mankind is an extraordinary anti-war satire written by Karl Kraus in the cafés of Vienna during World War One.
This major new adaptation, created especially for Leith Theatre, brings the work to life in a café style setting, with original songs written and performed by The Tiger Lillies.
An international cast from Scotland, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Serbia, England, France and Ukraine will unite in a production designed to coincide with the one hundred year anniversary of the Armistice.
Directed by John Paul McGroarty and Yuri Birte Anderson
This is Leith Theatre's first full scale major production in 30 years. I was involved at an earlier development stage and am absolutely delighted to be part of the full production!
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