Nugget Theatre Company presents "The Lockerbie Bomber" by Kenneth N. Ross at the Edinburgh Fringe


The bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie on December 21, 1988 murdered 270 people. It remains the worst terrorist atrocity in the UK. With 189 Americans killed, the bombing was the deadliest act of terror against the US prior to 9/11.

For the first time, the appalling tragedy is brought to an international audience at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in this new 75-minute play which dramatises the search for the truth and justice by those who lost loved ones and others whose lives were touched in so many different ways.

Appearing at Edinburgh's C venues which is renowned for presenting intelligent, challenging and highly theatrical work, Nugget asks some awkward questions which reveal some controversial answers.

 

C venues, Chambers Street, Edinburgh (Fringe venue 34)

12 noon, July 31-August 13

Ticket prices £8.50-£10.50. Concessions £6.50-£8.50

Fringe box office 0131 226 0000 / Fringe website

 

Scene from The Lockerbie Bomber - a smoky stage littered with debris