The Gardener – Summerhall

Frank’s getting on a bit. He’s been having trouble looking after himself lately, missing meals and not getting out much… not since his wife passed away. So, reluctantly, he’s agreed to go into a retirement home. It’s a really nice place, with really nice people, but Frank misses working outside in the garden… A deeply intimate portrait of love, life-partner loss and all the joys, minor triumphs and major tribulations of amateur gardening.
‘Wonderment… revealed with a delicate shudder. Brilliant.’ (Stage on Viewless).

Crawford Logan stars in The Gardener at Summerhall from the 2nd – 27th August. Tickets can be bought from the Edinburgh Fringe website.


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