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Theatre - Awkward Stranger: Doorways in Drumorty

Way back in 1925, Lorna Moon wrote a series of scurrilous tales about people in her home town, thinly disguised as Drumorty. The characters she described – the gossip, the sweet old lady with the steely determination, the farmer who hates ‘ootsiders’ – can be found in any small town today. Hilarious and relevant, Mike Gibbs’ play will have you squirming with recognition and laughing in delight.

Date: Thursday 2 May
Venue: Bowhill Theatre, Selkirk
Time: 7.30pm
Prices: Adults £12, Under 16 £10
Prices plus £1.50 booking fee
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Venue
Bowhill Theatre
Bowhill
Selkirk
Scottish Borders
TD7 5ET