Preview – Dust, Scottish Mining Museum

DustAfter its success at 2011’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, controversial and critically-acclaimed play Dust embarks on a short spring tour, including a performance at the Scottish Mining Museum, Newtongrange 
on 29th March.

As Margaret Thatcher lies dead, Arthur Scargill is haunted by his past and dark secrets in a play which – behind its headline-grabbing conceit – uses its themes of political conflict and social upheaval to provide commentary on ‘broken’ Britain which is relevant today as it was during the dark days of the miners’ strike.

The Dust will settle at the Scottish Mining Museum in Newtongrange at 7pm on Thursday 29th March. Ticket information is available here.

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