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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Declan Spaine, Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Declan Spaine, Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Declan Spaine, Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Declan Spaine, Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Declan Spaine, Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Declan Spaine, Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost, Lewis Howden

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R:Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R:Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured L to R: Elaine C Smith, Sasha Frost

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Simone Cornelius, Sasha Frost, Seroca Davis

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Simone Cornelius, Sasha Frost, Seroca Davis

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Sasha Frost

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Sasha Frost

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Simone Cornelius, Sasha Frost, Seroca Davis

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Simone Cornelius, Sasha Frost, Seroca Davis

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Sasha Frost, Simone Cornelius

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Sasha Frost, Simone Cornelius

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Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Sasha Frost

Chronicling Jackie Kay’s 20-year search for her biological mother and father and her quest for them to recognise her own existence. National Theatre of Scotland’s Red Dust Road is adapted from the soul-searching memoir by Jackie Kay, poet, playwright, novelist and Scottish Makar. It’s a journey full of heart, humour and profound emotion, exploring race, identity and family secrets, with a deeply human curiosity and compassion. Red Dust Road is adapted for the stage by Tanika Gupta, winner of last year’s James Tait Black Prize for her drama Lions and Tigers. Completing the creative trio is Dawn Walton, director of the acclaimed salt. by Selina Thompson. Red Dust Road is at the Edinburgh International Festival from 14 - 18 August Pictured: Sasha Frost