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East end show should be jumping

A CAST of secondary schoolboys from the east end of Glasgow are getting in the swing of a new National Theatre of Scotland production.

Jump is the culmination of a 10-month community project involving more than 1000 schoolboys from Glasgow and Fife.

The show fuses creative writing, autobiographical storytelling through music and prose, physical theatre and parkour, to explore the journey from boyhood to manhood. Jump runs at Platform, Glasgow, from November 22-23 and Rothes Halls, Fife, from November 28-29.

Picture: Colin Templeton

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