Inheritance Blues to return in 2014

DugOut’s award-winning devised show, Inheritance Blues, will be performed at the HighTide festival in April 2014. We also plan to bring the comedy, which won Best Devised Show and the Festgoers’ Choice award at the International Student Drama Festival in 2012, to the Edinburgh Fringe next year. With a reworked storyline, new songs and updated
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Swallows, fish and Oscar Wilde at the West Yorkshire Playhouse

This week, some of the DugOut team (along with new faces Euan, Tori and Ros) returned to Leeds to take part in the first night of the WYP’s new scratch night, The Playground. George decided to take the opportunity to create a new storytelling show aimed at children. Using Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince as a stimulus,
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Fringe 2013 Roundup

It’s been another incredible month for DugOut Theatre. Hundreds of people came to see Fade and we’ve certainly had the chance to see our fair share of what the Fringe had to offer this year, too. We’re particularly grateful to the team at the Bedlam Theatre who once again proved impeccably professional but utterly welcoming. Reviews for Fade were
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Fade Promo Materials Released

We’ve arrived in Edinburgh and have begun setting up in the Bedlam. Our new show Fade previews on 2-3 August and then runs until 24 August. We’re proud to be able to release our promotional materials. Take a look at our poster and flyers below, and feel free to spread the word about what’s shaping up
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Introducing Fade

After almost a year of development, we are delighted to announce our new show. Written by Alexander Owen with additional material by the company, Fade will run every day at 9pm from 4 to 24 August at the Bedlam Theatre. When a depressed journalist sees his childhood sweetheart onstage in a production of Hamlet, he organises
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We're Devising Again

We’re Devising Again

DugOut are very excited to announce that we’re half way through the devising process of our latest Edinburgh venture. As we speak, our writer Alexander Owen is fervently typing up the first draft of the show. More details will be revealed in due course. We’re infinitely grateful to the good people of Les Graulges, Dordogne,
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