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This punchy, 75-minute production recaptures the passion and the controversy of the famous novel, then globally successful film, and repackages it into an immersive stage performance -- where the audience is literally part of the show, including the notorious "Worst Toilet in Scotland" scene. Trainspotting is the story of Mark Renton and his friends, living through the Edinburgh heroin scene of the '80s. Harry Gibson's original stage adaptation, written before it became the famous blockbuster film, was instantly successful and controversial, and won the Sunday Times Award for Best New Play. Don't miss this production at the 777 Theatre in New York City. Event Website Highlights “A gleefully high gross-out factor.” — The New York Times “The sheer outrageousness will get you laughing and screaming.” — Time Out “I was shocked, and I wrote the f&*%ing thing!” — Irvine Welsh The most committed and astonishing acting currently on the NY stage.” — CitiTour Additional fees may apply. For events with a discounted price, no coupon or promo code is necessary to purchase tickets.