After a hugely successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2018, Morna Young‘s Aye, Elvis returns to Oran Mor as part of their 500th Play Celebration season.
With the regional heat of Ultimate Elvis coming soon, Joan knows there’s work to do. But Joan has The King inside – and The King always wins.
Will Joan find her way to Graceland, to love and to riches? Aye, Elvis is an alternative love story about escapism, identity and a Doric Elvis.
Runs from Mon, 01 April, 2019 — Sat, 06 April, 2019
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