A Play, A Pie and A Pint

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Mon, 19th Aug 19
Lunch at the Fringe

In a hidden theatre behind an Irish pub you will be fed, watered and entertained. This show does exactly what it says on the tin; you get a pie (tasty), a pint (well, I chose wine) and a play. In our case the play was  "Going South" a comedic exploration of the facts surrounding Scott's ill-fated expeditions to be the first man to the South Pole. Through one of the lesser characters, some juggling and plenty of humour, we are told the tale of stoic British explorers failing to achieve their goals but still becoming heros. An entertaining, and filling, way to spend a lunchtime. Not suitable for Norwegians. 


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