Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh
In a world where work and opportunities are scarce Renton,
Sick Boy, Begbie and Spud rail against the trappings of a
successful lifestyle held out of their reach, and seek life through
the point of a needle.
Published in 1993, Irvine Welsh's cult novel Trainspotting defined a generation and remains one of the most important, hard-hitting stories of our time.
Gareth Nicholls' acclaimed production honours both the iconic novel and Danny Boyle's famous film adaptation, while creating a hard-hitting and poignant theatre show about urban alienation and young lives under pressure.
A critically-acclaimed sell-out in 2016, we're bringing back this production by popular public demand - don't leave it too late to book your tickets!
The production will also tour to the King's Theatre Edinburgh, presented by Selladoor Scotland.
Written by Irvine Welsh | Adapted for the stage by Gareth Nicholls
Date and Location:
Start Date: Wednesday, 18 October, 2017
End Date: Saturday, 11 November, 2017