Fife College students have been working together to create their first performance of the year – Bone Cage.
Students from Acting and Performance, Events Management and Technical Theatre have combined their creative and planning skills to put on four shows this week in Studio 38, St Brycedale Campus, Kirkcaldy, Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 January, 2pm and 7pm each day.
Bone Cage is about the difficulty in growing and hanging on to dreams in a world where dreams are seen as impractical or weak. It is funny. It is tragic. It is about different kinds of escaping. It is about a soul trapped in its own rib cage, a cage of bone, a bone cage. The play won the 2008 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama.
Tickets are still available and can be purchased at the door – £10 adults, £5 concession or through Eventbrite.