From multi-award winning writing/directing team BAA client Peter Arnott and director Cora Bissett, Full Tilt was a sensation at the 2014 Fringe, winning ‘Best Play’ from the Scottish Arts Club and ‘Best Female Musical Performance’ for its star, Angela Darcy.
On stage a woman stands, the greatest rock singer of her generation. Standing around her is the hottest band that a record company can buy. In front of her, an audience of thousands of expectant fans. She is Janis Joplin. She is utterly alone.
A celebration of a sound, a scream of protest at the universe. Full Tilt.
This Pachamama Production is presented by Raw Material and Regular Music for Summer 2018.
‘So brilliant and intense it lifts the hairs on the back of the neck’ ***** (Scotsman).
Venue: Assembly Rooms – Ballroom
Performances run from 2nd – 26th August at 7.45pm
More information can be found here.
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