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VenueKing's Theatre
From28th January 2020
To1st February 2020
What is currently on at King's Theatre (V601)

Oor Wullie


Archive :: production:T149600409, musical:S01941581320, venue:V601

Production details

Oor Wullie has featured in DC Thomson Media comic strips in the Sunday Post for over 80 years, earning him the title of 'Scotland's Favourite Son' in a public vote in 2004. The iconic laddie from Auchenshoogle is much loved for his big heart, constant war against boredom and his mischievous energetic pranks which often land him in a scrape or two! Now you can see the spiky-haired scallywag live on stage as he embarks on an adventure with pals Fat Boab, Soapy Soutar, Wee Eck, and the rest of the Sunday Post gang - the only question is; where's his bucket?!

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Jackie greenaway 25th Jan 2020 (26Jan20): What an amazing show we both loved it full of laughter and fun xxx


Producer Dundee Rep Ensemble
Producer Selladoor Productions (in association with Noisemaker)
Director Andrew Panton
Design Kenneth Macleod
Costume Kenneth Macleod
Performer Martin Quinn (Wullie)
Performer Ann Louis Ross
Performer Irene Macdougall
Performer Bailey Newsome (Soapy Soutar)
Performer Leah Byrne (Primrose)
Performer Leanne Traynor (Basher Mackenzie)
Performer Dan Buckley (Fat Boab)
Performer Grant McIntyre (Wee Eck)
Performer George Brennan

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