Edinburgh-born playwright David Greig has had a prolific and varied career. Amongst his burgeoning body of work, he's written several plays for the Traverse Theatre, Scotland's largest new writing theatre, including Midsummer, The Speculator, Danny 306+Me Forever, The Architect, and Europe. His other work includes Pyrenees, written for Paines Plough, and The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union and a version of Caligula for the Donmar Warehouse. Following Fringe First-winning success at the Traverse during the 2007 Edinburgh Festival and a New York run, Greig's Damascus has made transferred to London's Tricycle Theatre, where the original company reprises their roles, ahead of an international tour.
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