I’ve written the script for a play that’s on at The Tron in Glasgow from Wednesday 3rd of April to Saturday 6th of April 2013 called Viota.
It was devised by the cast but all the convoluted vulgarity is my fault. It’s about three women sharing a flat in London in 1969. Its Patron Saint is Virginia Woolf, and ‘Viota’ is a fantasy country invented by one of the lead characters, the wounded, closeted, magnificent Vivian Forrester played by Frankie MacEachen. There’s the politically earnest student Ursula played by Erica Kate O’Neill and confused tabloid hack, Vikki, played by Sophia Porter, with her ambitious fiancé played by Derek Banner, and Vivian’s eccentric Aunt is played by Maria McCormack. A fabulous cast directed by Iain McAleese under the umbrella of Theatre Revolution.
It’s a good laugh… and very poignant towards the end.
Come and see it!!!