Wednesday, 7 October 2015


FABLE from The Flanagan Collective

'The Flanagan Collective's lo-fi austerity age rom com manages to go stratospheric' **** The Herald
'A show with heart and soul' **** Broadway Baby
'Bags of charm' The Guardian
'Wonderful, inspiring work' Total Theatre
'Theatre with heart' Ian Rankin

A woman runs and runs, faster and faster until she explodes in to a million shining pieces. 
A man stands at the edge of a broken pier, a glass of white wine in one hand and a pint of Guinness in the other, looking up to the stars. 

Following a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Fable transfers to The Soho Playhouse for a strictly limited run. 

Fable is a show about two people, from very different places, who profoundly change each others lives. Inspired by a real village on the far west coast of Scotland, Fable is a play about what we stand for and what we can change. It is a play about what we believe in and what we chose to put up with. 

Wound from storytelling, spoken word and live music, Fable is the latest show from critically acclaimed UK theatre company, The Flanagan Collective who make their New York debut at The Soho Playhouse. / @FlanCol

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