It’s an intense play with a lot of incidental humour in it which features three superb performances from Dawn Sievewright as Katie, Neshla Caplan as her friend, and Gail Watson as her mum. (Work-Life)
A joy from start to finish, turning unexpected corners and putting the most urgent question of our time centre stage.
An excellent piece of writing, with a strong and highly relevant message for today. (Kit Kat)
It’s an absorbing narrative, excellently delivered by Peyvand with support from Renee Williams and Susan Vidler. (First Woman)
The dénouement made the audience howl with laughter and sent them out cheerfully to face the dreich Edinburgh morning. (Mooning)
The Breakfast Plays always feature some of the best writing on the Fringe.
One of the key incubators for brand new writing in Scottish theatre.
- WritersErin McGee, Eve Nicol, Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir, Diane Stewart
- DirectorsBecky Hope Palmer and Finn den Hertog