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Graeae’s Artistic Director Jenny Sealey talks to Paul F Cockburn about her company’s new co-production with Dundee Rep Ensemble and Derby Theatre, setting Lorca's classic Spanish Play in the city.

black and white photo of Natalie MacDonald (far left), Amy Conachan, Jenny Sealey and Miles Mitchell in rehearsal

Natalie MacDonald (far left), Amy Conachan, Jenny Sealey and Miles Mitchell in rehearsal. Photo by Ross Fraser Mclean

Graeae’s Artistic Director Jenny Sealey talks to Paul F Cockburn about her company’s new co-production with Dundee Rep Ensemble and Derby Theatre, setting Lorca's classic Spanish Play in the city.

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The production tours to:

black and white photo of Graeae cast Alison Halstead (far left), Jenny Sealey, Amy Conachan, Millie Turner, Ricci McLeod in rehearsal

Alison Halstead (far left), Jenny Sealey, Amy Conachan, Millie Turner, Ricci McLeod in rehearsal. Photo by Ross Fraser Mclean

Graeae’s Artistic Director Jenny Sealey talks to Paul F Cockburn about her company’s new co-production with Dundee Rep Ensemble and Derby Theatre, setting Lorca's classic Spanish Play in the city.

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