The Red Hourglass
A dazzling, unique horror-comedy from Alan Bissett creator of The Moira Monologues. Here he plays five characters - three male, two female, none of them human!
About The Red Hourglass
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A dazzling, unique horror-comedy from Alan Bissett, the Fringe First-winning creator of The Moira Monologues.
Here he plays five characters – three male, two female, none of them human – locked up together in a mysterious research facility. A shape-shifting, virtuoso performance that confronts humankind’s greatest fears and will make you tremble… with laughter.
Written and performed by Alan Bissett. Directed by Sacha Kyle.
14+ (Scenes of a sexual nature), Preview Show Thu 1 Aug, 2-for-1 days Mon 5 & Tue 6 Aug
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