A Mug’s Game | Scenes for Survival

An extract from the play Fibres by Frances Poet, performed by Jonathan Watson and directed by Louise Shephard. Centred on the generations of men knowingly exposed to deadly asbestos over years working in the Glasgow shipyards, and the tragic impact…

A Mug's Game | Scenes for Survival

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An extract from the play Fibres by Frances Poet, performed by Jonathan Watson and directed by Louise Shephard.

Centred on the generations of men knowingly exposed to deadly asbestos over years working in the Glasgow shipyards, and the tragic impact left on them and their loved ones, Fibres is a bittersweet comedy infused with Glaswegian resilience and wit. First produced in October 2019 in a co-production between the Citizens Theatre and Stellar Quines, the play toured Scotland to critical and audience acclaim. Jonathan Watson appeared in the premiere last year.

Produced by National Theatre of Scotland, in association with the Citizens Theatre and Stellar Quines, BBC Scotland, Screen Scotland, BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine project, with support from Hopscotch Films.

Scenes for Survival is a new season of 40 + digital artworks created in response to the current COVID-19 outbreak. Find out more at https://www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/events/scenes-for-survival

The season of works also act as a platform to raise money for the new Scenes For Survival Hardship Fund: a fund for artists and theatre workers who have been hardest hit financially by the current crisis. Donate herehttps://www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/events/scenes-for-survival#donate

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