The 306: Day
Written by Oliver Emanuel, composed by Gareth Williams, directed by Jemima Levick, designed by Becky Minto
1917. The war across the channel rages on and at home, in Britain, there are women fighting their own battles. Rents are rising. Food is scarce. And war work can be deadly.
Inspired by real events and first-hand accounts, The 306: Day is about staying silent and speaking out, fighting for peace and giving into violence. It tells the forgotten story of three women in wartime and their struggle to survive in a world that won’t listen.
The 306: Day is a new piece of theatre from the National Theatre of Scotland, co-commissioned with 14-18 NOW, the UK's arts programme for the First World War centenary, and is the second part of the 306 Trilogy, following last year’s performances at Dalcrue Barn of The 306: Dawn.
Age guidance 14+ (Please note the performance contains some strong language, violence and nudity and is not suitable for children)
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