Ravenhill For Breakfast

This article is from 2007

Early morning drama

With a new 30-minute play every morning, breakfast doesn’t get much fresher. While all the plays are connected, they each stand alone as a 30 minute rehearsed reading. Woman in Love tells the story of a dying man in hospital and those closest to him. A serious issue with dashes of humour, this gentle yet touching piece is worth braving a Fringe hangover for. (Greer Ogston)

Traverse, 228 1404, until 26 Aug (not 20), 9.30am, £7.

Ravenhill for Breakfast

Mark Ravenhill serves up a different play every day, rehearsed the afternoon before by whatever actors he can find. 'Part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007'.