JENNA WATT and SHOWROOM in association with CONTACT and SUMMERHALL.
"An extraordinary piece of documentary theatre."
-British Theatre Guide
An incredible solo show from “One of Scotland’s most interesting performers and theatre makers” (Daily Record)
Her Majesty's Naval Base Clyde, or Faslane, situated 40 miles outside Glasgow, is home to the UK's nuclear missile program: Trident. With family having worked in Faslane all her life, and with friends protesting at the gates, Jenna Watt (How You Gonna Live Your Dash, Flâneurs) explores what happens when the personal and political collide.
Drawing upon interviews with individuals at the front line of the nuclear debate and featuring an immersive sound design by Kim Moore (Blow Off, Tiger Tale) Jenna navigates her own journey through the politics, protests and peace camps.
WINNER - Fringe First and Summerhall Lustrum awards, 2016.
Faslane is a Contact Flying Solo Commission
Supported in development by Creative Scotland, National Theatre of Scotland, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Cove Park.
Tour supported by Creative Scotland and Summerhall.
Scottish Tour: March/April 2016 (Presented in association with Summerhall)
Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe 2016 (Presented in association with Contact)
17th March – Platform, Glasgow / 18th March – Cove Burgh Hall, Helensburgh / 20th March – Eden Court, Inverness / 22nd March – Royal British Legion Hall, Buckie / 24th March – Caol Community Centre, Fort William / 25th March – Mull Theatre, Isle of Mull / 27th March – Swallow Theatre, Whithorn / 29th March – 1st April – Tron Theatre, Glasgow / 4th April – the Barn, Banchory / 5th April – Universal Hall, Findhorn / 7th – 8th April – West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds (8th April BSL interpreted) / 10th – 11th April – Summerhall, Edinburgh / 12th April – Dundee Rep, Dundee / 13th April – Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling / 15th April – MacRobert Memorial Hall, Tarland / 18th April – Eastwood Park Theatre, Giffnock / 20th – 22nd April – Camden People’s Theatre, London.
"Exceptional... fascinating, and completely gripping"
"An illuminating piece of topical theatre"