Rodgers with a D – The Tommy Rodgers Centenary Celebration

Comedy (stand-up, spoken word)

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From rags to a bow tie! Celebrate Tommy's centenary with stories of Scottish social history, hard times and farting. It's what he would have wanted. Stand-up comedian Louise talks about her dad and his generation growing up in poverty between the wars, going to war, finding farting extremely funny and – in Tommy's case – getting an award at the House of Lords with his name spelt incorrectly. 'I thought your father was such a gentleman until I married him' (Tillie Rodgers).

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