This year’s production for the Southside Fringe Festival is The Wasp, written by Morgan Malcolm and directed by our own Bruce Downie.
This scintillating thriller sees Carla and Heather, a school bully and her victim, reunited after 20 years. As they catch up over cups of tea it becomes apparent that their lives could scarcely be more different: Carla struggles to make ends meet and, with her fifth child on the way, is still sucking on cigarettes; while Heather has a successful career and a beautiful home, which she shares with her husband. But awkward conversation soon makes way for dramatic revelations as Heather presents Carla with a big bag of cash and a shocking business proposal.
Govanhill Theatre are committed to bringing community theatre to this area, if you live within the G42 postcode, there are £1 tickets available for all of our productions, contact Jim on 0141 433 2999 firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The Wasp runs from Monday 23 May until Saturday 28 May at 7.30pm, tickets are £10/8 conc from Govanhill Baths Community Trust in Calder Street or from www.brownpapertickets.com