Perth Theatre at Horsecross Arts presents
Winter 1919. Thomas Barclay is transported back in time, to the night when he was the Signalman who sent the Edinburgh/Burntisland train onto the Tay Rail Bridge, 40 years before.
Who is responsible when accidents occur? Why is there a difference between what we feel and what we know? Why do we need somebody to blame… even if it’s ourselves?
Written by Peter Arnott, originally performed at A Play, A Pie and A Pint in association with the Traverse Theatre.
Age guidance 12+
Play, Pasta and Prosecco Package:* £19; concessions/Arts worker £17.50 (inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket); students/Young Scot cardholders/under 26s £15.50
Play only: £15.75; concessions/Arts worker £14.25 (inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket); students/Young Scot cardholders/under 26s £7.50
*Non-alcoholic drink alternative, gluten free & vegetarian/vegan pasta options available.
Photo credit: Leslie Black