Presented by James Rowland

Critically acclaimed storyteller James Rowland returns with a show about fathers, sons and hope.

DATE: Friday 15th & Saturday 16th November 2024

TIME: 7.30pm

PRICE: £16/14*

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James has been touring his storytelling theatre shows for half his adult life. This year was different though. Returning home after his first stint away, he received a letter that exploded his life, and the tour became a search: for the person who sent it, for a sense of home, and to maybe save a life.
Featuring James’ captivating mix of storytelling and comedy (as well as Shakespeare’s Hamlet) this remarkable road trip follows his critically acclaimed run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival, the sell-out show Learning to Fly and The Songs of Friendship Trilogy.
Hilarious and heartbreaking, this remarkable road trip will delight and surprise.

Creative team: James Rowland, Jonny Humphries (Director), Qasim Salam (Producer)

Image credits: Rosie Collins & Murdo MacLeod


“Joyful” ★★★★★ The Guardian
“An agile, vivid feat of storytelling” ★★★★ The Scotsman
“Beautifully told, ringing with authenticity” ★★★★★


RUNNING TIME: 75 minutes


Please note that latecomers may be refused entry and readmittance may not be possible.
In the event of a show having an interval The Edge may not allow access to latecomers until the second half of the performance, this is due to the seating area being accessed across the performance area.

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