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Taken straight from Edinburgh’s seediest alleyways and shooting galleries, Harry Gibson’s adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s infamous novel will be swearing, stealing and stabbing its way to the stage at Digbeth’s Rainbow Venues. The stage performance of Trainspotting promises the same hard-hitting, heroin-addled content as the book that inspired it. As a result, the play is limited to those aged 16+. Adult themes, nudity, strong language and drug use all course through the veins of this much awaited production. Whether you’ve read the book, seen the film or just fancy testing out this form-challenging, ground-breaking experiential art, Trainspotting offers a healthy hit to those looking for a gritty, visceral evening’s entertainment. This event is in association with the mac Birmingham and tickets are selling out fast. Book now to avoid disappointment.

Wed 23 Mar – Sat 2 Apr, Rainbow Venues, Lower Trinity Street, Digbeth, B9 4AG. £15.

Wed 23 Mar - Sun 3 Apr
Matt McCrory
Published on:
Thu 24 Mar 2016