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If you’re feeling bewildered by the amount of theatre showing across the various festivals, you can’t go wrong with a trip to see Scotland’s national theatre company, whose programme represents a mini-festival in itself. This year it’s offering the world premiere of Rachel Chavkin’s Anything That Gives Off Light, which uses the Scottish Enlightenment as a lens through which to examine the contrasting and overlapping national myths of Scotland and America. And it performs two dramas about refugees and migration, revivals of its hit high-school musical Glasgow Girls and the acclaimed Last Dream (On Earth), which interweaves the stories of several characters risking everything for a better life.

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