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Viewed through the eyes of those on the ground, <i>Black Watch</i> reveals what it means to be part of the legendary Scottish regiment, what it means to be part of the war on terror and what it means to make the journey home again.
This book contains Gregory Burke's award-winning text, with production notes by the director John Tiffany and colour photographs that capture the powerful and inventive use of movement in this visceral, complex and urgent piece of theatre.
The National Theatre of Scotland's production of <i>Black Watch</i> opened at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2006 where it won a Herald Angel, a Scotsman Fringe First, a Best Theatre Writing Award from The List, a Stage Award for Best Ensemble, the Critics' Circle Award and the South Bank Show Award for Theatre.
In 2007 it began a world tour in Scotland.
"Black Watch is a glorious piece of theatre, raw, truthful, uncomfortable, political, funny, moving, graceful and dynamic."
<i>Scotland on Sunday</i>
"A brilliantly realised piece."
"A magnificent piece of social and political theatre.
A high point not just of the festival but of the theatrical year" <i>Observer</i>