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The Alman Dramatic Club
Maggie (and her money) return to Scotland after 50 years in America to be re-united with her sisters (Mamie, Betty, Rose and Agnes). The story is unfolded, mainly in flashback, between the pre-church requiem and Maggie’s burial.
The play is a piercing and funny look at how families control, but exposes us to wider issues and the abject hypocrisy of which we can all be guilty.
Has the author taken individual notions of independence and co-independence and used them as a metaphor for a country forever on the cusp… Who can tell?
A funny and moving play, it is guaranteed to be a great night’s entertainment
21st, 22nd and 23rd March (Matinee)
26th, 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th March (Matinee)
April 16 – 19
Tryst Theatre presents
Macbeth:- is re-told in a 60-minute, heart-pounding modern-day version by Tryst. David Webster is Macbeth, Carol Clark is Lady Macbeth plus a large supporting cast of twelve. Alan Clark directs.
PVT Wars by James McLure, a brilliant short comedy about three psychiatric patients in a veteran's hospital who are recovering from Vietnam War injuries. It stars Jim Allan, Brian Paterson and Brian Tripney. Jim Allan directs.
Tickets now on sale
June 18-22 and 25-29
The Alman Drama Club presents
Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker
Last updated 18/03/2019