Umbrella Man

Spoken Word (theatre, music)

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Description

Teuchter Company, Scotland’s twice award-nominated Fringe favourites, are back with Umbrella Man, the tragicomic story of a sandwich artist who attempts to prove that the earth is flat. Using poetry, storytelling and improvised piano to take the audience on a journey to the limits of common sense, Umbrella Man is a Don Quixote for the millennial generation: a daft, moving, unmissable show. Umbrella Man is written and performed by poet, pianist, founder of Teuchter Company and member of Men With Coconuts, Colin Bramwell. 'Bramwell held a commanding presence as storyteller... his natural musicality is something to behold' (EdFringeReview.com).

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