Nutshell Theatre presents Allotment

Part of Tramway Beyond Walls

Nutshell Theatre presents Allotment
Date 25th Aug 2021 5.30pm - 6.30pm Price Pay what you can £4/£6/£8 All ages Location The Hidden Gardens Book tickets 0845 330 3501 0845 330 3501
4 of 5 "“… it’s charming, thoughtful and digs deep” " -THE SCOTSMAN

Tuesday 24 August 7.30 - 8.30pm

Audience Welcome/Enjoy The Hidden Gardens: 7pm

Wednesday 25 August 5.30 - 6.30pm
Audience Welcome/Enjoy The Hidden Gardens: 5pm 

Join sisters Dora and Maddy in their allotment as they ponder: Do flowers matter as much as vegetables? 

Allotment follows their complex and quirky relationship as they live out the seasons and play out their rivalries among the plants. When the unexpected rocks their uneasy balance, it’s time to do something radical…

With changeable weather constantly shifting their mood and nature, Allotment is a feast for the senses - a tale of life, death, Pink Fir Apple potatoes, and the secret power of worms. 

The production will go on whatever the weather, so come prepared!

“…a sensual experience for the audience” ★★★★ THE TELEGRAPH 

“… it’s charming, thoughtful and digs deep” ★★★★ THE SCOTSMAN

“Nutshell’s production is a grow-your-own treat” ★★★★ THE LIST

Written by Jules Horne
Directed by Kate Nelson
Designed by Sarah Paulley
Performed by Gowan Calder and Nicola Jo Cully

More about Allotment in The Hidden Gardens
This performances will take place in The Hidden Gardens, adjacent to Tramway.
Part of Tramway Beyond Walls 
Entry is via Pollokshaws Road. 

The audience is invited to come 30mins prior to the start time of the performance to receive their COVID 19 briefing and to enjoy The Hidden Gardens first.

You are welcome to bring your own soft drinks and snacks to enjoy while watching the show.

Audiences may book to attend within their Covid-19 'bubble' or household up to a maximum of 4 people per group.

Age recommendation 14+
ACCESS: The show on Wednesday 25 August will be BSL interpreted by Karen Forbes

Allotment is part of our Tramway Beyond Walls season, engaging with local audiences beyond the physical limits of our building.

Photo: Robert Ormerod