KES, the story of one boy’s heart, how it came to beat and how it came to be break, is told at Dundee Rep Theatre on Friday and Saturday, October 7 and 8.
Audiences are invited to step into the shoes of Billy Casper. Home life is bad and school life is worse.
Brother is a bully and mum has a different man at the door every day.
Pushed around at school and always gets the blame. That’s what it’s like to be Billy.
Then one day, everything changes. Billy’s world explodes and for the first time happiness swoops into his life in the shape of a kestrel.
A kestrel called Kes. Kes is Billy’s friend, his best friend, his only friend.
Tickets (£12 adults; £6 children, senior citizens; unemployed/young person (16 to 26)/ student £2 off fromt he box office on 01382 223530.