Punocchio

For hundreds of years Pinocchio has been the liar. That’s just been his thing. He thought it made him cool. But now, in 2017 he’s realised that lying is nothing special, everybody’s at it- politicians, bankers, news reporters.

The games up. So Pinocchio is moving on and has decided that comedy is his thing and so he rebrands as Punocchio but still ends up in all sorts of trouble! Pun-ochio features Kirstin McLean and can be seen at Oran Mor from the 3rd – 22nd July.


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