Cameron Calls on English People to Telephone Scots and offer Love
No sits by phone
Yes: Any calls?
No: Do we want to buy a smoke alarm.
Yes: Early days
No: Early days
No: (excited) Hello! – Oh. (to Yes) It’s Eddi Reader. She’s asking if you want to come to the pub.
Voice: Why hoy!
Voice: Oi em an English powrson frim Newcassel an oi love yew Sco’land!
Voice: Ploise vewt neow in yaar rafarendim.
No: Is that you, Yes?
No opens kitchen door
Yes: You just seemed so sad.
No: They will call.
Yes: What if they…
No: David Cameron said!
No cradles phone
By the stove
No asleep, curled around phone.
Yes pulls Jessica Ennis duvet over No
The Yes/No Plays will be performed twice at the Traverse Theatre on Thursday 18 September, at 1pm and 9.30pm.
Check out the audio trailer for How to Choose? a studio theatre show touring in the run-up to the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum.
Written and performed by Gary McNair and Davey Anderson. Soundbites from Dr John Robertson | Eleanor Yule | Marie- Helene Grosbras | Ben Colburn | Mihael Brady | Robin McApline | Dr Marios Philiastides | Dave Hook of Solar Eye | Ruth Wishart
How to Choose? is at the Traverse Theatre, Tuesday 16 Sept at 2.30pm. The performance will be followed by a post-show discussion.
Featuring an interview with Gabriel Quigley, currently starring in Traverse Theatre Company’s Spoiling, Steve Bloomfield on The Foreign Desk at Monocle 24 discusses Scotland’s foreign policy might look like if the nation becomes independent. The panel also features Hugo Rifkind from The Times and Jane Kinninmont of Chatham House.