Drunk Man set to music
A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle, Hugh MacDiarmid’s Scots poem, with its infamously thrawn narrator, is set to music of huge imagination and vibrancy by Glasgow composer Bill Sweeney in a performance by one of Scotland’s finest contemporary music ensembles, Red Note.
In this new production Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre promises audiences a night of humour, inebriation, beauty, politically charged comment and wild musical and literary invention.
More information and tickets from the Traverse.
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