EDINBURGH Peoples’ Theatre’s 54th year on the Fringe sees them present Ne’er The Twain, by Alan Cochrane.
Join EPT as they whisk you back to a time when Leith had its very own trams and Edinburgh for a neighbour.
It’s October 1919 and there’s a big decision to be made - do you join St Cuthbert’s or Leith Provident when the boundary runs through your house?
Director John Lyon says, “This play was premiered by EPT in 1971. Hopefully the audience will recognise someone they know in the characters.
“Edinburghers/Leithers have not changed much over the years.”
Ne’er The Twain, St Peter’s, Lutton Place, August 4-18 (not 5,6,12,13), 7.30pm, £10