Brennan Artists client Morna Young‘s smash-hit lunchtime production Aye, Elvis returns to Edinburgh this summer due to popular demand!
Featuring BAA’s David McGowan and Joyce Falconer, Aye, Elvis is an alternative love story about escapism, identity and a Doric Elvis. These performances take place in-person at MultiStory (NCP Car Park, Castle Terrace, EH1 2EW), and not at the Traverse Theatre. Originally produced with Glasgow Lunchtime Theatre at Òran Mór.
Running Fri 06 – Sun 29 August 2021.
But tickets here.
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