Produced by Scottish Theatre Producers in association with the Traverse Theatre Company

‘The country change, the city change, the people dem think they change, but I tell you dem shit the same. Dem all dey run from it the same.’ One toilet attendant. Two sets of toilets. One night. Worlds apart.’

A nightclub toilet attendant in a fictional club based on the Shimmy Club in Glasgow. Her conflicted journey spliced with flashbacks to the toilets of the Shrine nightclub in Lagos, Nigeria, where her younger self dreams of revolution. An unseen, underground heroine struggles to have power and control over her life.

Traverse Theatre, 10 Cambridge St, Edinburgh, EH1 2ED view map
Aug 4 Preview 21:30

£12.50/£8.50 conc.

Aug 9 18:45

£18.50/£13.50 conc. /£8.50 unemployed - 2 for1

Aug 5-28 (not Mondays) Various times - see the Fringe link

£18.50-£20.50 / £13.50-£15.50 conc. /£8.50 unemployed



Neil Webb, Director Drama and Dance at the British Council, talks about Adura Onashile's new production, 'Expensive Shit' and why it was chosen to be a part of MiS showcase:

Expensive Shit, Adura Onashile from Made in Scotland on Vimeo.


Traverse Theatre

10 Cambridge St, Edinburgh, EH1 2ED

  • Aug 4 Preview 21:30
  • Aug 9 18:45
  • Aug 5-28 (not Mondays) Various times - see the Fringe link

Buy Tickets

Sign up for our Newsletter

Promoters can subscribe to Made in Scotland news, reviews and updates.

Contact Us

For enquiries relating to putting on your show at the Fringe, or if you are an international promoter interested in attending the Fringe, please contact the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society directly on: participants@edfringe.com 

For enquiries relating to Made in Scotland showcase marketing contact:

Helen Eragona, Eragona Communications (helen@eragonacommunications.com)

For general enquiries please fill in the form, we will endeavour to respond as soon as possible. Thank you.