Dingwall Players celebrates its 70th birthday by appearing for the first time at the Fringe on the occasion of the festival’s 70th anniversary.
Lunch Girls by Ron Hart, is a comedy drama that looks at the lives of four middle-class women – their loves and losses, and their position as wives and mothers to demanding families and selfish or inadequate husbands.
For those unable to go the The Fringe there will be a chance to see the show before it heads to Edinburgh. Lunch Girls can be seen at the:
The evening will also include a specially written companion piece, Bar Boys, which features the Lunch Girls’ respective husbands. Audience members are asked to ‘pay what they want’ and help fund the Fringe adventure.
Bee, Dee, Jay and Vee – will they ever do lunch? Dee's a bitch, Jay's in love (but who with?), Vee's got Harry's mother's dodgy wheelchair to deal with, and Bee worries about everything. And why isn't Kay answering the door? As for the husbands – well that's another story. Sex, death, secrets and lies. A funny and moving snapshot of the interweaving lives of four ordinary women and their domestic trials and tribulations, told through a sequence of often comic exchanges and monologues
During The Fringe Lunch Girls is being presented at The Space@Surgeon’s Hall (Venue 53), Nicolson Street from 14 – 19 August at 6.10pm