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25 Aug – 28 Sep 2023

Group Portrait in a Summer Landscape

Group Portrait In a Summer Landscape – 25 August to 28 September


 By Peter Arnott

This intense and riveting story is set in a Perthshire country house during the Scottish Independence referendum of 2014.  It revolves around retired academic and political heavyweight, George Rennie and his fractured family and former students, coming together for a dramatic reckoning.  There are secrets to be exposed.

The play is an exploration of a way of life which is coming to its end, a family struggling to connect in the wake of political pain, grief and the beginnings and ends of great love affairs.

Expect a bold, funny and deeply thoughtful play about family and the forces that shaped the country we live in today.

  A co-production with The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh.

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You can stay at Bunrannoch House used in the image for Group Portrait in a Summer Landscape – click HERE to learn more and book your stay!


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    Benny Young

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    Deirdre Davis

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    John Michie

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    Keith Macpherson

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    Matthew Trevannion

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    Nalini Chetty

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    Patricia Panther

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    Robbie Scott

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    Sally Reid



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Our 2023 Accessible Shows


BSL Interpreted Performances

23 September – evening

Captioned Performances

30 August – evening

28 September – matinee

Audio Description Performances

13 September – matinee

23 September – evening