(l-r) Brian Pettifer, Paul Riley, Maureen Beattie and Jonathan Watson
(front) Louise McCarthy, Gregor Fisher and Barbara Rafferty.
Yer Granny - a new production by The National Theatre of Scotland opens at the Beacon arts Centre, Greenock, Scotland.
Based on La Nona by Roberto Cossa
In a new version by Douglas Maxwell
Directed by Graham McLaren
Picture by Drew Farrell
Tel : 07721-735041
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Yer Granny is a riotous new comedy about a diabolical 100-year-old granny who’s literally eating her family out of house and home. She’s already eaten their fish and chip shop into bankruptcy and now she’s working her way through their kitchen cupboards, pushing the Russo family to desperate measures just to survive beyond 1977.
As proud head of the family, Cammy is determined that The Minerva Fish Bar will rise again and that family honour will be restored – and all in time for the Queen’s upcoming Jubilee visit. But before Cammy’s dream can come true and before Her Maj can pop in for a chat, a single sausage and a royal seal of approval, the family members must ask themselves how far they will go to solve a problem like Yer Granny.
Adapted from the smash-hit Argentinian comedy classic La Nona, the cast of Yer Granny features some of Scotland’s best-loved performers, including Gregor Fisher in the title role, alongside Paul Riley (Still Game), Jonathan Watson (Only An Excuse?), Maureen Beattie (Casualty), Barbara Rafferty (Rab C Nesbitt), Brian Pettifer (The Musketeers) and Louise McCarthy (Mamma Mia!, West End).
Performance dates :
The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock
19/05/2015 - 21/05/2015
King's Theatre, Glasgow
26/05/2015 - 30/05/2015
King's Theatre, Edinburgh
02/06/2015 - 06/06/2015
Eden Court, Inverness
Lyric Theatre, Belfast
23/06/2015 - 27/06/2015
Dundee Rep Theatre
30/06/2015 - 04/07/2015
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