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Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?
Hurtling through the highs and lows of a volatile love affair, Caryl Churchill’s Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? explores one man’s relationship with America. In a world where the private and the public, sex and politics collide, what is the cost of our dependency on the Land of Freedom and Democracy?
Guy - a man, leaves his wife and kids to be with Sam – a country. Sam is everything Guy has ever dreamt of and more. To prove his commitment, Guy helps Sam with his work: fixing elections, overthrowing governments and bombing countries all over the world. At first, the intoxication of working and winning together sustains the lovers. But steadily, Guy becomes disillusioned with their actions and Sam’s increasingly controlling behaviour. As the consequences of their interventions into world politics become ever more threatening, Guy struggles to free himself from this toxic attachment.
- 28 Mar 2017 to 1 Apr 2017
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- 28 Mar 2017 @ 8.30pm
- 29 Mar 2017 @ 8.30pm
- 30 Mar 2017 @ 8.30pm
- 31 Mar 2017 @ 8.30pm
- 1 Apr 2017 @ 2.30pm
- 1 Apr 2017 @ 8.30pm
£14 full price/ £9 Preview / £13 Matinee
£11 concessions (applies to Senior Citizens, Disabled, Union Card-holders and Unemployed)
Director - Nora Wardell
Dramaturg - Ann-Christine Simke
Lighting Designer - Elle Taylor
Sandy Grierson - Guy
Kevin Lennon - Sam
There will be a Q&A with political commentator Iain Macwhirter after the show on Thursday 30 March - open to anyone with a ticket for this performance.
Anyone with a ticket for the performance on Friday 31 March is welcome to stay after the show for a post-show Q&A with Amnesty Scotland.