The Ching Room and The Moira Monologues

The Ching Room and The Moira Monologues

Andrew Clark in The Ching Room

A double bill of short plays by the acclaimed author of Boyracers and Death of a Ladies’ Man. The Ching Room, originally commissioned for the Traverse Theatre and Oran Mor’s A Play, a Pie and a Pint season is a darkly comic two-hander depicting a terrifying confrontation between a young man and a drug dealer in a toilet cubicle, while The Moira Monologues features Bissett himself as ‘Falkirk’s hardest woman’, Moira Bell.

Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Tue 9–Sat 13 Feb.

The Moira Monologues

Novelist and playwright Alan Bissett performs a one-woman show about the musings of Moira, Falkirk's hardest woman in this revival of his 2009 work. Bisset wears high heeled, knee length boots, as Moira attempts to seduce a teacher in the school where she works as a cleaner and belts out Diana Ross for the Scotia…


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