The Moira Monologues

Theatre (comedy, spoken word)

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    Audio enhancement system
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  • Policy applies to: Children under 18 months


Moira Bell – single mum, cleaner, hardest woman in Falkirk, and alter ego of writer/performer Alan Bissett – is back at the Fringe after a storming tour of Scotland. Time for Moira to light up a fag and tell her BFF Babs the score. ‘This is brilliant stuff’ **** (Scotsman). ‘It's a sometimes scary pleasure to spend an evening in Moira's company’ **** (Independent). ‘Moira’s a legend. A hilarious but subtly smart work that takes society slowly apart’ **** (Skinny). ‘Fiercely funny. Rivals any stand-up the Fringe has to offer' **** ( Directed by Sacha Kyle.

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