It’s 1992 and Tommy McIntosh is the next big thing in Britpop Britain. His band Battery Park, a raucous female-fronted 4-piece from Greenock are recording their debut album and preparing to tour the country supporting Oasis. But then, out of the blue, they disappear from the scene and are never heard of again.
Thirty years later, a young student approaches Tommy in the bowling club bar and tries to unravel what happened to the boy wonder and his mates.
Battery Park is a play with live music from the writer/director of the 5 star Spuds and Crocodile Rock. It’s about Britpop, glorious defeat and working class dreams. A funny, earthy play that packs an emotional punch that resonates long after the final note.
Image: Eoin Carey
Supported by Creative Scotland.
The Traverse Theatre is funded by Creative Scotland and The City of Edinburgh Council.
★★★★★ '...a bold and exciting piece of theatre with a compelling story - not to be missed!' - BroadwayWorld
★★★★★ ...this high energy, highly captivating show delivers everything that you would want and more...’ – Theatre Scotland
★★★★★ “...a thundering, rebellious, blowout-the-speakers show with excellent performances and solid pacing.” -Corr Blimey
★★★★ “It is a whirlwind of love, drugs and electric guitars…” -The Stage
★★★★ “A strong ensemble cast and some banging tunes” -The Daily Record
★★★★ “A fantastic night out” -Lisa in the Theatre
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