CRUNCH by Gary McNair and HITCH by Kieran
Thursday September 27th 2012 The Mill
Curtain up 7.30pm
Gary’s got a good feeling
He believes that you’ve got it in you to be a winner.
He believes that you’ve got what it takes to complete his five-step programme.
He believes that you can be liberated from the tyranny of money forever.
Is it a lecture? Is it a test? Is he really serious?
Crunch is a solo performance by Gary McNair.
It was developed with the National Theatre of Scotland and originally
commissioned at Oran Mor for a Play, a Pie and a Pint.
**** A very smart hour worth something more than money: your time.
Lyn Gardner – The Guardian
On the 8th
of July 2009, the leaders of the eight most powerful countries
in the world met for three days in the earthquake-ravaged town
of L’Aquila in Italy to make plans for the future of our society
and our planet.
On 27th June, I hitched a lift from Glasgow, alone, to be there
Hitch is an intimate piece of contemporary storytelling about
the real experience of this journey. It asks questions about the
meaning and purpose of political protest, the limits of personal
power and the possibility of change.
Humorous, honest, thought-provoking and ultimately hopeful,
Hitch is a story of global leaders, compassionate strangers, a
young man…and his thumb.
Hitch is a solo performance by Kieran Hurley, with music by Over
It has been developed in association with The Arches, Forest
Fringe, and PLaY.
The best performance I’ve ever seen.
Chris Goode – The Observer