The National Theatre of Scotland will be presenting two productions at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Appointment with The Wicker Man returns after a successful Scottish tour earlier this year, with Greg Hemphill and all the original cast, as does Molly Taylor’s, Love Letters to the Public Transport System, following Scottish tour dates and an acclaimed run as a work in progress in 2011. Both productions are being presented at the refurbished Assembly Rooms on George Street.
Since the National Theatre of Scotland’s launch in 2006, the Company has presented six productions at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: Black Watch (2006); Venus As A Boy (2007); Architecting (2008); Beautiful Burnout (2010) and The Wheel and The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart last year. All winners of either a Herald Angel or a Scotsman Fringe First.