Adam: Screening + Q&A
Sunday, 19 June
19:40 - 21:30
By National Theatre of Scotland
Adam, the screen adaptation of the acclaimed multi-award-winning play inspired by the life of Adam Kashmiry, will receive a special screening as part of Refugee Festival Scotland. The film will be followed by a question and answer session with Adam Kashmiry and director, Cora Bissett.
Adam tells the remarkable story of a young trans man and his struggle across genders and borders to be himself. Originally a multi-award-winning stage play, Adam has been reinvented as a compelling, theatrical on-screen drama, presented by the National Theatre of Scotland and Hopscotch Films. Adam Kashmiry performs, as himself, in the leading role.
Glasgow Film Theatre, 12 Rose St, Glasgow, G3 6RB
This is a pay what you can event. Buy your tickets on the door at the GFT, or purchase them in advance here.
The film will also be streamed on the National Theatre of Scotland’s website, available on a Pay What You Wish sliding scale from Sunday 19 – Monday 27 June. You can view it here.
About National Theatre of Scotland:
The National Theatre of Scotland, established in 2006, is the national theatre company of Scotland. The company has no theatre building of its own; instead, it tours work to theatres, village halls, schools and site-specific locations, both at home and internationally.
Image Adam Kashmiry and-Yasmin Al Khudhairi. Photography by Tommy Ga Ken Wan
Glasgow Film Theatre
12 Rose St, Glasgow