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Singing I'm No a Billy He's a Tim
A powerful comedy with a serious message, ultimately uplifting and great entertainment. Follow the fireworks between a Celtic and a Rangers fan, locked in a cell on the day of the Old Firm match. Billy and Tim have been steeped in bigotry since birth; is it possible for them to change their views? Des Dillon creates the situation, you watch the sparks fly as they pair clash in a rage of deep-seated sectarianism. And why is the sergeant waiting on tenterhooks for the phone to ring...? Giving bigotry and ethnic identity a human touch, this play is a humorous allegory for the Peace Process and peace processes all over the world. But above all, it's a great night out. Contains strong language.
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