National Theatre of Scotland Double Bill: book a ticket for Yellow Moon (7pm) AND The Monster in the Hall (8.45pm) for just £15 (£12 concessions!)
Seating for both performances is unreserved. Doors open 15 minutes before the advertised start time of the show.
|Double Bill Full||£15.00|
|Double Bill Conc||£12.00|
Written by David Greig, directed by Guy Holland, with music and sound design by Nigel Dunn and Stephen Wright
An indie comedy musical about a girl on the verge of a nervous breakdown played out by four Edinburgh festival fringe winning actors and a big fat motorbike which goes vrrooommm.
Duck Macatarsney cares for her biker dad whose MS is getting increasingly bad. Her Dad - Duke - is a spliff smoking (for medicinal reasons you understand), bike riding, heavy metal and horror movie loving, pizza eating widower who’s brought up Duck since the death of her Mother in a crash.
The two of them are just about surviving when one morning the Duke wakes up blind and the Duck hears that the Social Services are coming to take her away. The Monster in the Hall follows Duck as she tries to protect her world from the terrifying prospect of change.
“ An imaginative synthesis of Beauty and the Beast, pop songs, heavy metal, and rapid-fire acting.” The Independent ★★★★
“ Performed at breath-taking speed and simply fizzing with energy.” The Times ★★★★
Recommended for age 14+
Presented as a double bill with Yellow Moon