Returning from war overseas, servicemen Davy and Ally find their way in their hometown of Edinburgh in this funny and moving story. They embark upon intertwining journeys of life and love, set to the timeless songs of the much-loved band The Proclaimers, including I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles), Letter from America and of course the emotive Sunshine on Leith, as they question what ‘home’ really means.
Featuring BAA client Neshla Caplan.
Touring from 20th April and reaches the King’s Theatre 18th – 23rd June.
More information can be found here.
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