EVERYONE got that little bit closer to nature during the pandemic – now a new production of a hit play which takes audiences right to the heart of local green spaces is coming to Glasgow.

Allotment, Jules Horne’s story of two sisters playing out their rivalries among the rhubarb and radishes, is back 10 years after wowing audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe. This is a new production by Nutshell Theatre, designed to work around Covid restrictions.

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Dora and Maddy have a complicated relationship but when something unexpected rocks their uneasy balance, it is time to dig deep.

Nutshell's artistic director Kate Nelson describes it as a ‘tale of life, death, Pink Fir Apple potatoes and the secret power of worms.’

She added: “Nutshell are delighted to have the chance to bring Allotment to audiences in Glasgow. The Hidden Gardens and Tramway have been incredibly supportive of the idea of sharing the show in its celebration of the great outdoors. It gives audiences the opportunity to experience a funny and exciting story in a beautiful and unique location.”

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Allotment, supported by Creative Scotland, will be performed tomorrow and Wednesday (August 24 and 25) at the Hidden Gardens in Tramway on the southside. (Performances will go ahead, whatever the weather, so go prepared.)

Find out more at tramway.org