At the end of the day, a grandmother looks back at her life from marriage to the present day. A virgin on her wedding night who becomes a reluctant mother with a philandering husband, a stay-at-home wife who in middle-age discovers business skills she never suspected, over decades this woman's emotions have been severely tested and sometimes rewarded. An intense, moving solo performance from Maggie Macleod.
Sunset premiered at the King's Head in London in 2013 as one of a trilogy of plays, Californian Lives, and featured Carolyn Lyster. Broadway World praised the "utterly convincing portraits of love" while Beige magazine called the evening "a masterclass in the art of the monologue." This version of Sunset is set in the UK.
Maggie Macleod has appeared on stage across Scotland, as well as
in several BBC and ITV productions and the fourth series of Outlander. Performances 2, 3 and 5 - 10 August.
One of three office workers is about to lose their job. As Tony, Isobel
and Thomas wait for their boss to deliver the verdict, the three discuss each other's chances of survival. For alpha male Tony and calculating Isobel, it's clear that insecure Thomas should get the chop.
A razor-sharp play about the fine line between office politics and playground bullying which exposes the vicious side of human nature and the power of words.
Director: Adam Tomkins; Tony: Jamie Stewart; Isobel: Nayia Anastasiadou; Carter: Alan Patterson; Thomas: to be confirmed.
Arbery Productions' Bull
won three awards for production and stage design and was a finalist in the 2019 Scottish Community Drama Association One-Act Festival in Edinburgh and Kirkcaldy. Performances
at the Edinburgh Fringe will be 12 - 17 and 19 - 24 August.
All Edinburgh Theatre Playscript of the new adaptation of the classic comedy, with Mosca and Corbaccia now womenTweets by @ArberyProdctns
Founded in London in 2013, based in Edinburgh since 2014, Arbery Productions
is an occasional group of theatre creatives with a track record of successful productions.
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