A Boeing 777 begins its descent towards Heathrow. The wheels unfold out of the belly of the plane.  The frozen body of a stowaway is tipped out and cuts through the clear morning sky.

Stowaway is a new show from Analogue, the ‘bright new things of British Theatre’ (The Observer), and will be performed at Paisley Arts Centre on Wednesday 16 March.

Stowaway is the story of a man from India who moves to the UAE for the promise of work and prosperity.  When he finds himself trapped within a Dubai labour camp, with his passport and wages withheld from him, he hides in the wheel well of a plane bound for the UK, in a bid for a better life.  It’s a story about invisible and physical borders and the people who transcend them.

Stowaway will be followed by a post-show Q&A to explore the themes raised in the performance.

Tickets are £10 (£6 conc) + bkg fee* and are available from the Box Office on 0300 300 1210 orwww.renfrewshireleisure.com/arts. This show is suitable for ages 14+