I’m With The Band
Should he stay or should he go? Scottish independence gets an indie rock makeover
The four corners of the UK come together and form The Union, a band on the brink of success. But when it turns out their manager hasn’t been paying VAT, things begin to fray and Scottish member Barry threatens to leave the band. This play is a satire on the Scottish independence debate, a witty response in an unsure political climate. The four-piece plays live music, moving seamlessly between scenes and songs, creating a buzzing atmosphere that's always on the brink of collapse. General admission. Over 16s only.
"Compelling, quality drama."