Actors strike rich seam in drama about North Sea slump



The oil industry has underpinned Scotland’s economy for more than 40 years – but has shed thousands of jobs over the past 18 months.
Now the lives of off-shore workers and the impact of the North Sea downturn are inspiring a new theatrical production which will unfold in the heart of a site used by the troubled industry.
A warehouse in the Port of Dundee will be transformed into a temporary venue for two weeks this month for what is billed as an investigation of “Scotland’s most controversial industry”.
A 150-strong audience will be bussed out from the city centre to Shed 36, which was... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 45
Source: Scotsman
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