17:00, 01 - 25 Aug

Liz Lochhead's un-PC, rude, rhyming cut of Moliere's classic relocated to a 1940s Scotch living room. Con man Tartuffe, with his perfect mark in the gullible paterfamilias, will ruin them all. Unless, together, trophy wife and sassy maid prevail? This play puts on the table: sex. Men and women using it against each other. You have to laugh! In association with Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and The Stephen Dunn Theatre Fund. Directed by Tony Cownie, following a sell-out run at Oran Mor. 'The cast give it pure laldy' **** (Herald). 'Moliere himself might well have relished its pace, flair and earthy hilarity' **** (Scotsman). First presented as A Play, A Pie and A Pint production at Òran Mór, Glasgow