Emotive & brilliantly acted piece of Verbatim theatre by @utterjoe @traversetheatre tonight, any1 whose been affected by #bloodytrams GO tmrw!

 - Peter Holmes @BeSeatedLeith 

@traversetheatre’s #BloodyTrams a great verbatim piece, succinct & unique, well worth £6, how many tram tickets could that buy? Go see!

- Allan Ramsay @allanjramsay 

Great piece of work [as theatre and much more….] Here’s to more success [and more performances!] #BloodyTrams

- Richard Kerley @RichardKerley 

Meet Rebecca Elise, Meg Fraser, Molly Innes, Anne Kidd, Scarlett Mack and Alexandra Mathie, a group of women who tell their stories, offering a poignant insight into their lives and the price they’ll pay. 

Dare to Care comes to The Traverse Theatre tonight until Friday 21 March. 

Our Associate Director Emma Callander talks to Tony Cox about his first produced play, Love With a Capital ‘L’, the first in our A Play, A Pie and A Pint series next month. Listen here http://bit.ly/1cUvqBj #PPPTrav

Our Associate Director Emma Callander talks to Tony Cox about his first produced play, Love With a Capital ‘L’, the first in our A Play, A Pie and A Pint series next month. Listen here http://bit.ly/1cUvqBj #PPPTrav

The future of Scottish new writing is in good hands with this pair. Our Hamish & George of @ntsonline were at the Playwrights’ Studio Scotland this weekend for the Open Space Event ‘Writing for the stage in Scotland: what future do we want?’ http://bit.ly/1cQycHO

The future of Scottish new writing is in good hands with this pair. Our Hamish & George of @ntsonline were at the Playwrights’ Studio Scotland this weekend for the Open Space Event ‘Writing for the stage in Scotland: what future do we want?’ http://bit.ly/1cQycHO

Posts from our playwrights, artists in residence and about all goings-on behind the scenes here at the Traverse.

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