Sunset by Martin Foreman
5 - 12 August
Edinburgh Fringe 2019

Sunset by Martin Foreman

At the end of the day a grandmother remembers her first date, the man she married and their life together. A moving and intense one-woman play with Maggie Macleod. First produced in London in 2013 with Carolyn Lyster.

At theSpace on Niddry Street (venue 9), 5 - 12 August at 17.25 (45 mins). Other performances may be scheduled. Ticket prices and booking details will be posted by May.

Maggie Macleod

Maggie Macleod trained as an actor after a life in primary teaching and in community theatre, gaining an HND in 2007 and, in 2011, a First Class BA Hons in Acting from New College Lanarkshire. She has worked on many independent short films. BBC and ITV appearances include featured roles in River City, How Not to Live Your Life and Timewasters as well several adverts. Most recently she has worked on Outlander series 4. Stage work across Scotland has
included panto (Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella), Elegies for Angels,
Punks and Raging Queens
(The Tron) and The Vagina Monologues. Maggie
also writes and produces Murder Mystery plays, themed entertainments, poetry and songs.

Maggie Macleod headshot by John Cooper

pic: John Cooper

Martin Foreman

Setting aside brief embarrassing forays in his youth, Martin's involvement in theatre began with acting courses in 2011. These led to various roles in fringe theatre in London before he returned to Edinburgh in 2014. Although he still acts occasionally, he now devotes more time to playwriting and directing. His successes at the Fringe include a trilogy of one-man plays, Desire and Pursuit (2014), J B Priestley's The Rose and Crown (2016) and an adaptation of Jonson's Volpone (2017 and 2018). As a playwright he won the 2012 London Solo Festival New Writing Award and the 2018 Pitlochry Festival Theatre Short Play Award. He is also the author of two novels and two short story collections.
Writer / Director

Martin Foreman, writer director

Junior Cross

Junior Cross is an Argentine actress who started studying acting at young age in Teatro Las Nobles Bestias in Buenos Aires in the late 1990s. She has been part of several theatre productions such as Mujeres al final de la noche and Del miedo y sus racimos as well as music videos and short films. She has also collaborated with many Cafe-Concert and variety theatres companies in the Buenos Aires independent scene. Since moving to Edinburgh in 2017 she has been involved in a variety of TV, short film and theatre projects, including onstage in Arbery Productions' Casanova Dreaming at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe.
Stage Manager

Ben Jonson's Volpone adapted by Martin Foreman

All Edinburgh Theatre

Playscript of the new adaptation
of the classic comedy, with
Mosca and Corbaccia now women

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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