No cash required as theatre plans performance about spending cuts

A THEATRE project in Leith is to hold a performance exploring the causes public spending cuts.

Active Inquiry is a Leith-based theatre company that specialises in creating dramatic pieces with, and for, the people of Leith.

The group is currently developing a piece of forum theatre, and will hold a workshop to collect stories, thoughts and ideas on the effects of public spending cuts. They aim to look at the claim that the less well-off and the vulnerable will be disproportionately affected.

Performances will take place throughout Leith in the last two weeks of November.

The workshop will be held on Saturday, October 29, at Pilmeny Youth Centre, Buchanan Street, Leith from 10am to 1pm.

The free event is open to anyone interested in taking part, and Leith residents are being encouraged to participate.

No experience is necessary.

To book a place please contact Gavin on [email protected] or call 07714 321629.

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