National Theatre of Scotland presents two new uplifting, brave and deeply personal productions exploring extraordinary lives in transition. Following phenomenally successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 and subsequent tour, Eve and Adam can both be seen together in one evening.

‘An unforgettable thunderbolt of feeling.’ ***** The Telegraph on Adam.

‘It’s a story that is gradually becoming more familiar in this decade; but Jo Clifford is one of its great trail-blazers, and to hear her own history, in her own voice, is a privilege, as well as a tremendously moving experience.’ **** The Scotsman on Eve.

SMHAF, National Theatre of Scotland and Freight Design will also launch a book I Am, describing the formative experiences of transgender and non-binary people from around the globe.

I Am will be launched with a free drinks reception at Dundee Rep Theatre on Thursday 24 May at 8pm, between that night's performances of Eve and Adam. The book can be purchased online from the end of May.

Click here for more details and booking information.

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Fisk is a story of a man and a fish, and the unexpected impact they have upon one another.

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What’s it like to grow up as a transgender or non-binary person in Nigeria, Pakistan, Portugal or Russia?

I Am is a new book developed in partnership between the Mental Health Foundation and the National Theatre of Scotland’s Adam World Choir, a digital community of transgender and non-binary people from all around the world.

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