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David Hayman returns to Barony stage

Picture  Christopher Furlong                                         
David Hayman who thinks Glasgow should be the City of Love.

Picture Christopher Furlong David Hayman who thinks Glasgow should be the City of Love.

There was more good news from the Barony Players in this special 60th anniversary year.

For two nights only David Hayman, star of stage and television, will return to the Barony to give a preview of his Fringe production “Pitiless Storm”.

It focuses on a problem many are facing on the eve of Scotland’s referendum.

A left-wing trade unionist endures a crisis of conscience as he is forced to question his political and moral beliefs in the face of a sea-change in his country’s political life.

Loved and respected Bob Cunningham (David Hayman) has devoted his life to the party he loves but is forced by the voices of his past and his conscience to re-evaluate everything he holds dear.

A widower with a dicky ticker and an estranged son, Cunningham makes a decision that may change his life and affect the future course of his country.

The show will take place on Sunday and Monday, July 27 and 28, in the Barony Theatre, Borrowstoun Road, Bo’ness, at 7.30pm.

But book soon as David Hayman’s last show in Bo’ness was sold out very early.

For tickets (including a glass of wine) £12 and £10 (concession) telephone 01506 822953.

 

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