Bath Time

Bath Time. Copyright: Fragile Films.

Show details

Theatre that was performed at Gilded Balloon Teviot at 3:15pm for 1 hour, on the following days in August 2013.

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Venue details

14: Gilded Balloon Teviot

Alternative performances

Tidy sexual health clinic nurses vs Maggie Thatcher, microchip robbers vs drug runners, hand jobs vs Xmas trees. Gangland Edinburgh 1996. Three childhood friends Spike, Joe Joe and Billy take part in a high scale robbery that goes wrong. Who can trust who and whose turn is it for Bath Time? 'Another slice of true Edinburgh class' (Irvine Welsh). Bath Time is a dark comedy with a heart from the creator of the critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe 2012 sell-out show Big Sean, Mikey and Me: 'Must see!'(Stage). **** (Scotsman, Metro, ThreeWeeks, BroadwayBaby.com). 'An exceptional piece!' ***** (Quotidian Times).

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Press coverage

Full press release

Bath Time is a darkly comic one-man show written and performed by Ruaraidh Murray and directed by Tim Stark. Tidy sexual health clinic nurses vs Maggie Thatcher, microchip robbers vs drug runners, hand jobs vs Xmas trees...

Gangland Edinburgh, 1996. Three childhood friends Spike, Joe Joe and Billy take part in a high scale robbery that goes wrong. Who can trust who and whose turn is it for Bath Time...?

Ruaraidh enjoyed huge success with his first one man show, Big Sean, Mikey and Me, at the Gilded Balloon at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, where it enjoyed a sell-out run and five star reviews. The Gilded Balloon then co-produced a Scottish tour in February 2013 and Ruaraidh is currently adapting the stage script of the show both for radio and film, with director Paul Robinson.

Ruaraidh was born and raised in Stockbridge in Edinburgh and went on to study acting at The Oxford School of Drama, and has numerous stage, TV and film roles to his name, most recently working on, Bob Servant Independent, the new BBC Four comedy starring Brian Cox. Director Tim Stark is a winner of the John S. Cohen Directors Bursary at the National Theatre Studio and English Touring Theatre, whose most recent production, Khadija is 18 at the Finborough, was Critic's Choice in The Times, The Evening Standard and Time Out.