Toast: Formation Festival

18:45, 05 - 07 Jul

‘The greatest gift is a portion of thyself’ - Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Joe and Mel are a happy go lucky couple. Living a simple life my simple means. Joe is a musician and Mel is in her last year of university. Joe receives a terrible diagnosis that changes both their lives completely.

A funny yet compelling story of two twenty somethings dealing with mortality and legacy in the midst of finding themselves.
 

★★★★★

'Ryan Alexander Dewar’s tight direction ensures the pace and engaging physicality of the action never falters. A laugh out loud delight'

Edinburgh Evening News
 
★★★★★

'Punctuated with music from the era and video design by Ryan Alexander Dewar, the story flows brilliantly'

Attitude
 
★★★★★

'Everything about this production just oozes quality. You’d be Crazy to miss it!'

Edinburgh 49
 
★★★★

'Laughs are frequent, entertainment value is high'

Sunday Mail
 
★★★★

'Ryan Alexander Dewar has cast well, and ensures a tight ensemble on stage that successfully delivers a delightful essay on growing up, and finding yourself.'

Broadway Baby
 

'The story is told with a truly pleasing deftness, played with terrific flair. Brisk, kindly, funny and humane.'

The Scotsman
 

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