UNI-Versal: THE 39 STEPS: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry

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Set in a 1940s radio studio, four actors bring to life this classic tale of murder, love and espionage.

This fun production will see multiple memorable characters created and the story of Jon Buchan’s great novel told in under an hour as we step inside the broadcasting studio and the making of a live drama during the golden age of radio.

Ten Feet Tall is an Aberdeen production company that is dedicated to creating unique experiences and making its community tours accessible for all. This production is part of their ‘Pay What You Feel’ initiative, so whilst advance booking is essential, bring cash on the day and pay after the performance.

Following the performance, there will be a Q&A discussion with members of Ten Feet Tall Theatre and Professor Eleonora Belfiore (she/her) Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Social Inclusion and Cultural Diversity at the University of Aberdeen. They will talk about cultural inclusion and use this production as part of a new direction to engage harder to reach audiences and participants. There will also be an opportunity to hear about the creative process of producing an idea from page to stage. Tea and coffee will be available.

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