National Theatre of Scotland: Uncommitted Crimes

  • 150 mins


We thought we'd read you a story.

A script, in fact, brought to life before your eyes by top-class actors under the direction of the incomparable National Theatre of Scotland. This is a unique chance to contemplate and debate the differences between theatrical, cinematic, literary and televisual storytelling - all via an amazing new work by leading Scottish writer David Greig. This tense, intelligent thriller is based upon the classic novel Crime and Punishment, written for cinema, bought for television, and will soon be presented on stage by the National Theatre of Scotland. We're delighted to be able to bring you this unique and exclusive preview, which will be followed by a discussion with David Greig and NTS director Vicky Featherstone about the development of the project.

Brought to you in association with the Edinburgh International Festival.

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