Literature lovers are in for a treat this Valentine’s as Eastwood Park Theatre brings Ae Fond Kiss, a musical journey through the life and loves of Robert Burns, on Tuesday 13 February.
The show is perfect for those who want to ditch the Valentine’s tradition and get out as a group, go solo or know their love would prefer a night out to a red, red rose.
Eastwood Park Theatre is offering its special deal – bring a group of 10 people and one person can come free – for those who want to catch the quirky commentary of Burns and be captivated by his famous poems and songs.
Anthony McReavy from East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure, said: “Our Valentine’s performance is not just for couples. Everyone is encouraged to come along, see the show and learn a little bit more about the life of Scotland’s most treasured and celebrated poet."
Rabbie Burns is played by Paul Beeson who will guide you through the show with amusing and poignant interactions with key characters, played by cast members Gilchrist Muir, Shawney Henderson and Zoe Halliday. Featuring many of Burns’ famous poems and songs, including Red, Red Rose, Ae Fond Kiss and Auld Lang Syne, it will be a show to remember whether you love literature or just want to find out a bit more about the Bard.
Matthew Brown, the No Nonsense Productions' show composer, said:“Robert Burns acts as both narrator and main protagonist on this journey through his life. We meet the main characters he encountered such as his brother Gilbert, his wife Jean, the other loves of his life and his publisher to name but a few...”
Tickets cost £15 standard and £12 for concessions and are available to book now: www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk/boxoffice.
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