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In Sunset, one-woman play that promises to be moving and intense, Macleod’s unnamed grandmother looks back at her life from marriage to the present day.

A virgin on her wedding night who becomes a reluctant mother with a philandering husband, a stay-at-home wife who in middle age discovers business skills she never suspected, over decades this woman’s emotions have been severely tested and sometimes rewarded.

Sunset is written and directed by Dundee-born, Edinburgh-based Martin Foreman, winner of the 2018 Pitlochry Festival Theatre Short Play Award and the 2012 London Solo Festival New Writing Award. The play runs for six performances plus two previews, in the first week of the Fringe.

2019 marks Arbery Productions’ fourth year at the Fringe.

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Venue: The Space

Time: 17:20

Dates: 2,3,5-10 August 2019

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