... room banter’.
But can this be true? Is this simply a loathsome individual or one who speaks to a silent majority? GaryMcNair wants to think we are better than this, and is having honest conversations with men about women to see if he is right or wrong. The words of these men are performed by a cast of women in this verbatim piece....
... McGonagall's Chronicles charts the true life story of the worst poet of all time: William McGonagall.
With wit, candour and warmth, GaryMcNair tries to understand how McGonagall could be so bad at what he did, and gets to the heart of the dilemma that surrounds his legend – is it okay for us to laugh at someone's obvious and relentless failings?...
... An intergenerational tale of what we live for and what we leave behind.
GaryMcNair and director Gareth Nicholls return to the Traverse after last year's award-winning, five star show Donald Robertson Is Not A Stand-Up Comedian....
... from his new mentor Gary, he hopes that this is all about to change. Donald Robertson Is Not A Stand Up Comedian is a darkly comic coming of age story that explores the need to belong and deconstructs the brutal role that humour can play in society....
...It’s 1997. You’re 11. You’re sad, lonely and scared of doing anything that would get you singled out by the hopeless, angry people in your hometown. One day you see a man on telly. He’s mumbling, yet electrifying. He sings: 'I am human...
Roles: Total (2), Female (1), Male (1), Unassigned (0)
...It’s the future; just like now, but a bit more… well, shitey. Jim and Agnes have worked hard their whole lives and now Agnes needs a life-saving operation. With the NHS as we know it a thing of the past, they must take matters...
Oberon Books, 2018
Roles: Total (2), Female (0), Male (2), Unassigned (0)
... wrestle with first.
Featuring an original soundtrack by members of Frightened Rabbit, this unmissable collaboration between Fringe First winning writers Kieran Hurley (Heads Up) and GaryMcNair (A Gambler’s Guide to Dying) is a raucous and hilarious new play about playground violence, myths of masculinity and the decision to step up or run....
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