Calling all bloggers, vloggers, tweeters, flickr-ers – and commuters
Join us on board a World Heritage open-top bus on North Bridge, Edinburgh, to help us put the word out about the National Theatre of Scotland’s Fringe production, Love Letters to the Public Transport System.
This is a one-off, one-hour opportunity to photograph and film a scene from the show and to interview performer/ writer Molly Taylor against the backdrop of Edinburgh’s world-famous skyline.
The event takes place Wednesday 1st August, at 10.15am for a 10.30am start.
Love Letters to the Public Transport System, written and performed by Molly Taylor, is a show that seeks to find and thank the people who transport us to moments of significance in our lives. Based on Molly Taylor’s quest to find the people who have the invaluable but often thankless task of working in the public transport industry, this one woman show explores the ordinary and extraordinary journeys we make every day, and finally thanks the people who make them possible.
Join in the conversation and share your love for the public transport system by using the Twitter hashtag #Thankyoudriver
Places are limited so if you would like to attend please register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Love Letters to the Public Transport System is on at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, 2 – 26Aug (not Mondays), 6.15pm.