Play performed on the following days in August 2019...
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- 17 Aug, 2:30pm
83: St Serf's Church Hall
Room: Main Hall
37 years of Scots comedy on the Fringe. Following on from the success of Educating Agnes and Good Things, we once again return to Liz Lochhead's wit and originality with her take on Moliere's Tartuffe. Written in rhyme, as Liz Lochhead calls it 'the rhythm of spoken Scots', this rollicking blend of contemporary Glasgow patter, traditional Lowland Scots and lethally sophisticated female wit, brings out the marvellous blend of political satire and black comedy used in the original.
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