Enquirer - National Theatre of Scotland

26th April: Last night we attended the first preview performance of the National Theatre of Scotland's production Enquirer

Gabriel Quigley, John Bett, Billy Boyd, Maureen Beattie,
James Anthony Pearson and Billy Riddoch
Photo: Drew Farrell
Based on interviews with leading figures in the newspaper industry in the UK, Enquirer is a theatrical investigation into the current crisis in newspaper journalism in the UK and a collaboration between National Theatre of Scotland directors, John Tiffany and Vicky Featherstone, Andrew O’Hagan, novelist, playwright, journalist and contributing editor on the London Review of Books and three leading UK journalists, Paul Flynn, Deborah Orr and Ruth Wishart. 

As we attended a preview performance we won't be reviewing it today but the production is compelling, funny, poignant and an absolute must see for anyone who has been watching the unfolding events of the News of The World's demise and the Leveson Enquiry. The set creatively utilises the space of an empty floor of an office and the stunning sunset last night provided an atmospheric backdrop to the conclusion of the piece.

With the tickets for many performances already sold out, book now while you can! 

Dates and Times: 26 April to 12 May 2012 at 8pm. Performances run Tuesdays to Sundays
Venue: The Hub at Pacific Quay, Digital Media Quarter, 70 Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1EA
Box Office @ the Citizens Theatre:  0141 429 0022 or in person or at
Ticket Prices: £10 (previews on 26 and 27 April), £15 full price, £12 concessions/£5 concs unwaged
Access and audience info:  the venue is fully wheelchair accessible.   The production is promenade, but provision will be made for those with mobility issues.
Travel info:   To pay for parking available.
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