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Free theatre and drama groups for young women and non-binary people aged 14-21 across Fife.

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  1. Promotional illustration for Sister Radio by Sara Shaarawi. A pale pink background with a navy graphic of a radio in front of two doorways, one leading to a street in Tehran and the other to a street in Edinburgh. The words

    Sister Radio

    By: Sara Shaarawi

    Book now for this tender and evocative new play, opening this summer.

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  2. Headshot of Genna Allan

    Genna Allan: You’ve Never Slept in Mine

    Actor Genna discusses being in our show at Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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Latest Show

Promotional illustration for Sister Radio by Sara Shaarawi. A pale pink background with a navy graphic of a radio in front of two doorways, one leading to a street in Tehran and the other to a street in Edinburgh. The words

Sister Radio

By: Sara Shaarawi

Sisters Fatemeh and Shirin have been living together, in the same flat in Edinburgh, for 43 years. In this flat they cook, read their coffee grains, listen to the radio, and try to remember their childhoods in Tehran but they no longer talk to one another. When a global pandemic hits and the sisters are locked in their flat, they are forced to reckon with their memories of a betrayal that changed the course of their relationship.

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Promotional illustration for Sister Radio by Sara Shaarawi. A pale pink background with a navy graphic of a radio in front of two doorways, one leading to a street in Tehran and the other to a street in Edinburgh. The words