The Moira Monologues

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The Moira Monologues

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Alan Bissett performs his own one-woman show, a series of stories from Falkirk's hardest woman, Moira Bell. Whether defending 'her wee pepe' from the local rottweiler, attempting to seduce a teacher in the school where she works as a cleaner, or belting out Diana Ross for the Scotia karaoke night, Moira is hilarious and heart-warming company. A thoroughly entertaining performance from one of Scotland's most exciting young writers. 'A roaring theatrical success. This is brilliant stuff, an exhilaratingly fresh take on the whole business of class and culture in Scotland' ★★★★ (Joyce McMillan, Scotsman). ★★★★ (Onstage Scotland) ★★★★ (Fringe Review) Note: Very strong language. Ages: 16+

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