Ed Robson’s The Gardener sets off on tour on 1st March, and features BAA’s Crawford Logan.
One of the hit shows of the Edinburgh Fringe, The Gardener is an intimate portrait of all the minor triumphs and major tribulations of amateur gardening, and of a life-time spent in love.
Frank’s always been a keen gardener but lately he hasn’t been getting out quite as much as he’d like, especially not since his wife passed away.
After much deliberation he’s decided it’s time to sell up and move into Pine Grove Villas – his local retirement home. It’s a very nice place, with very nice people, but there’s still that one thing that Frank really misses. So he’s started his very own gardening group to share some hints and tips from a life-time spent in the garden, and perhaps one or two more personal tales along the way.
The Gardener kicks off its tour at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh on 1st March, then visits thirteen venues across Scotland:
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