SUMMER FESTIVAL OF COMEDY!
We are delighted to announce our summer production for 2016.
We will be performing a comedy double-bill of "The Sociable Plover" by Tim Withnall
and "The Tobacco Merchant's Lawyer" by Iain Heggie.
Both plays were recent hits at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In 2009 The Sociable Plover was a multiple five-star award winner, and The Tobacco Merchant's Lawyer followed suit in 2013.
These productions offer very distinctive types of comedy and come together in a fun programme that moves from the claustrophobic confines of a Hide where birdwatchers (Twitchers) share a most unexpected story
to the flustered eighteenth century legal eagle Enoch Dalmellington, surrounded as he is by the women
who dominate his life. Jim Allan and Brian Tripney star as the birdwatchers, while George Marcinkiewicz
and Moira Walker show how different a one-man play can be.
For the best fun you are likely to get for a tenner, get your tickets early.
Six performances only.
Performances run from Tuesday 21st June to Saturday 25th June with both a matinee and evening performance on Saturday 25th June. Evening performances start at 7:30pm and the Matinee Performance starts at 2:30pm.
All tickets priced at £10 each.
You can book tickets by clicking on "BOOK TICKETS NOW" above or by clicking on the link below.
As we are only doing six performances, we anticipate that tickets will sell out fast. Buy yours today!