26 June 2017

Senior School Production

The Scotch College Senior School production Dunsinane will take audiences on an epic journey through the castles and battlefields of eleventh century Scotland. After the death of the tyrant king, the commanding officer of an invading English army attempts to negotiate the unspoken rules of Scotland and restore peace to a land ravaged by war.

Dunsinane, is a new work by Scottish playwright David Greig, first performed by the National Theatre of Scotland which explores a version of Scottish history portrayed in the play that inspired it, Shakespeare's Macbeth.

Be sure to witness this gripping tale which illuminates the tricky relationship between the invader and the invaded, vibrantly told by a talented, sword-wielding ensemble of Year 11 and 12 Scotch and PLC students.

Performances will run from 14 - 17 June and tickets are available now via the link on the Scotch College website, or by clicking on this link: https://www.trybooking.com/281402

Ms Sarah Combes
Head of Drama