Temporary theatre opens next to rigs for new oil industry play

A new play exploring Scotland’s relationship with oil has opened in the heart of a real-life industrial site.
A vast shed in the Port of Dundee is playing host to the production, which is based on interviews with dozens of off-shore workers.
Crude is being staged alongside three exploratings on the Tay by the Edinburgh-based theatre company Grid Iron, which has previously deployed an airport, a department store, a climbing centre and a school playground.
The new play explores the impact of off-shore life on the workers and their families, the global economic and environmental issues linked... read more

10 October 2016 in Environment, Views: 47
Source: Scotsman

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