Recommended Age Guideline 10+

By Jan Sobrie, new English version by Oliver Emanuel Directed by Lu Kemp, produced by macrobert

Scottish Arts Club – EdinburghGuide.com Scottish Theatre Fringe Award 2013 2nd Runner-up (the Flying Artichoke)

A drama about telling big lies and small truths.
About pigs that fall in love.
About crows that talk.
About running away and finding yourself.

The story of a 10 year-old boy on the edge – literally on the roof of his school – confronted by a situation that seems hopeless. He can either give up or fight.

Internationally award-winning Titus is one of Europe’s most successful plays for young people.

Summerhall, view map
2nd-4th August, 12.10 (40min)


6th-15th, 17th, 18th August, 12.10 (40min)

£8/£6 concs.

20th-25th August,12.10 (40min)

£8/£6 concs.

BSL Interpreted Performance: 17th August

£8/£6 concs.





  • 2nd-4th August, 12.10 (40min)
  • 6th-15th, 17th, 18th August, 12.10 (40min)
  • 20th-25th August,12.10 (40min)
  • BSL Interpreted Performance: 17th August

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