Fifteen plays to be performed in same Inverness venue

Toilet roll A comedy routine will be performed in the venue's toilet

A theatre project showcasing new writing and acting talent from the Highlands is taking place in Inverness.

Fifteen 15-minute plays will be performed each night from Thursday to Saturday at the Iglu arts venue in Church Street.

The plays on the theme of red, white and blue will vary in the sizes of their casts

As well as the plays, there will be a comedy performance in the venue's toilet.

Organiser Lindsay Brown said audiences should have the chance to catch all the performances.

She said: "The Iglu is just a fantastic space. It is a top floor flat that has been completely gutted. It's a blank canvas."

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