Joyce Falconer features in Tartuffe, opening at Edinburgh’s Assembly Halls on the 14th of August.
Liz Lochhead’s un-PC, rude, rhyming cut of Moliere’s classic relocated to a 1940s Scottish living room. Conman Tartuffe, with his perfect mark in the gullible paterfamilias, will ruin them all. Unless, together, trophy wife and sassy maid prevail? Sex: men and women using it against each other. You have to laugh! In association with Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and The Stephen Dunn Theatre Fund. Directed by Tony Cownie, following a sell-out run at Oran Mor.
Runs 14th-25th August
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