I’m delighted to announce that I will have two shows at the Edinburgh fringe this year.
Firstly, After The Cuts (directed by Beth Morton) is being restaged at Summerhall’s Demonstration Room every day at midday. It is a play about our beloved NHS and how bleak the future might look without it. It was originally presented at Play, Pie and a Pint in 2015. I loved what Beth and the cast did with it and I’m thrilled that people are going to get another chance to see it.
I’m also terribly excited that, elsewhere in Summerhall, Square Go (co written with Kieran Hurley directed by Finn Den Hertog ) will receive it’s world premier at Paines Plough’s iconic Roundabout (every day at 20:20).
Square Go has been a long time in the making as Kieran and I first scratched a version of it over 5 years ago in London. It’s remained a dream of ours to stage it one day and we’re honoured that Paines Plough of all places will be hosting that dream.
It will be an interesting year for me to have two shows on and not performing in either of them but I couldn’t be happier tremendous casts for both the shows and can’t wait to sit in the audience for both of them and cheer them on (possibly with a beer).
I hope to see you there.
Click HERE for tickets to Square Go
And HERE for tickets to After the Cuts