Black Diamonds and the Blue Brazil
The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and Pitlochry Festival Theatre present BLACK DIAMONDS AND THE BLUE BRAZIL by Gary McNair in association with Naked Productions Ltd.
The fifth play in our Sound Stage season, Black Diamonds and the Blue Brazil is freely adapted from the books of Ron Ferguson – Coal, Cowdenbeath and Football dreams of glory come together in a story about a father a daughter and what it means to succeed.
Gary McNair has produced work with and for many of Scotland's major theatre companies, and his work has been translated into several languages and performed around the world.
His most recent work includes A Gambler's Guide to Dying, Locker Room Talk, Square Go and After the cuts.
Sound Stage is a new audio-digital platform offering audiences the chance to have an ‘at home theatre experience’ designed by theatre makers and leading audio digital technologists. Soak in the virtual theatre atmosphere, mingle with other theatre-goers, bring your drinks and chatter in a virtual bar; arrange to meet a friend from anywhere in the world! There will be a call bell to take your 'seats', and post-show talks too. We'll meet you there!
Cast and Credits
Writer - Gary McNair
Director - David Greig
Dates, Times & Prices
Fri 23 – Sun 25 July
Fri & Sat 7pm and Sun 4pm.
Subscription for all 8 performances - £80
Early Bird Individual Tickets (available Mon 22 Feb - Wed 17 March) - from £12 per peformance
Standard tickets (bought after Wed 17 March) - from £15 per performance.
Each performance includes a different Post-Show Talk each night!
Performance 1: Writer and Director
Performance 2: Actors and Director
Performance 3: In Context - an insight into the themes of the play from scientific, cultural and political experts.