This article is from 2006.
Dudley Sutton’s a dirty old bugger. He’s also a wonderfully eccentric thespian, a fine actor, a bona fide bohemian, an old school political leftie, a composer of ribald verse and a moderately accomplished blues singer and guitarist. All that feeds into his one-man show that’s part memoir and part socio-political history of Britain. Witty, wise and frequently filthy, the only criticism is there’s too much to cram in. (Miles Fielder)
Pleasance Courtyard, 556 6550, until 28 Aug (not 14), 3.30pm, £8-£9 (£6.50-£7.50).