Lyceum Original Sixty in association with The Luminate Festival and The Traverse Theatre
A beautiful Scottish village. A peaceful community. Idyllic lives. Until rumours and suspicion start to spread. We see a community challenged by change in the place they know to be home. Inspired by David Greig’s adaptation of Local Hero, Lyceum Original Sixty explore the idea of community, love and communication in search of their own local hero.
Harbour has been created by Lyceum Original Sixty who are the Lyceum’s 60+ group. Part of the Luminate Festival, celebrating creative ageing.
For more information and booking, click here
Please note that this performance will be held at the Traverse theatre.
If you are interested in joining our 60+ acting course then click here for further information
Luminate at the Lyceum
As part of the luminate festival, we are offering audience members and participants a chance to gain a further insight into the work we do at the lyceum and the shows we create with our 60+ group; Lyceum Original Sixty. For further information and booking on workshops, click here
For information and booking on backstage tours, click here
Cast and Credits
Cast and Creative Team
Directors: Jordan Blackwood & Katie Mitchell
Producers: Katie Mitchell & Kerrie Walker
Production Manager: Lottie Avery
Assistant Director: Kate Stevens
Performed and devised by: Lyceum Original Sixty
Dates and Times
16 May 20:00 Traverse Theatre
Full price £7 / Concessions £5