Locker Room Talk – Edinburgh Festival

During his controversial presidential campaign, Donald Trump regularly made statements considered by many to be misogynistic and offensive. Can such sexually abusive rhetoric really be accepted as mere locker room talk? Is he simply an individual, or one who speaks to a silent majority? Might it be that our world isn’t as progressive as we’d like to think? Gary McNair wants to think we’re 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, including BAA client Joanna Tope

Monday 21st August  Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh


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