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The Pack of 3 nights at the Marlborough at the end of August were well-attended and well-received. In fact Tarik, one of the Theatre managers, has asked for something for the fringe next year. The second night of Pack of … Continue reading
Here is one of my sketches from the first half of the Wrong show. Beth Symons and Mark Gandey are the Zombies. Callum McIntyre is the corpse.
Have finalised dates for these evenings at the Marlborough. Betty and Mark, with their pal Callum doing ‘Wrong’, which is my short farce involving a corpse, plus another wee piece I wrote recently called ‘A bite to eat’ which is … Continue reading