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Mull Theatre


SINGING FAR INTO THE NIGHT


Saturday 1 October, 7.30pm Approx running time 120mins


A stylish, profound and moving play based on real lives and real events in Scotland and Russia in 1931.


Connal MacNab comes home on leave to find Glasgow in the grip of political and


From the company that brought you Laurel and Hardy and The Weir


industrial strife. When British authority is shaken by an uprising within the Atlantic Fleet at Invergordon, Connal and his revolutionary friends find the world changing beyond recognition.


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Concession Student


£12 £10 £8


Grant Smeaton Presents BETTE/CAVETT


Tuesday 27 September, 8pm Approx running time 60mins


It’s 1971. She’s the 63 year old Queen of Hollywood. He is the host who gets the guests his rivals can’t get near. Meet Bette Davis. Meet Dick Cavett.


Using verbatim text, Bette/Cavett re- imagines one of the most candid TV meetings of all time – sliding down the rose-tinted sunglasses of our perceptions of “the old days” and challenging our tendency to glamorise the past.


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Concession Student


£12 £10 £8


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