Tron Theatre Company in association with Glasgay! presents
Colquhoun & MacBryde

By John Byrne
Directed by Andy Arnold, with Andy Clark & Stephen Clyde

29th October - 8th November 2014

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with ANDY CLARK & STEPHEN CLYDE

Fresh from artistic triumph in Glasgow, two painters swagger down to war-torn London's Bohemia to take the art world by storm. After forcing galleries and critics to take notice of their brilliant post-modernist paintings, they briefly become revered as the Gilbert and George of London's art establishment.  However, these two Roberts-- partners and lovers-- are also outrageous and flamboyant hedonists who are eventually shunned by the Capital's chattering classes; and once out of control, there is only one way to go.

John Byrne idolised these two brilliant painters in his own Glasgow art school days and has written a fast moving play crackling with fine art and foul profanities.  First performed at the Royal Court Theatre in 1992 with a cast of six, Byrne has created a new two-handed version for the Tron’s Changing House.

Original artwork by John Byrne

Galleries

Steven Clyde and Andy Clark (2), Colquhoun and MacBryde, Credit John Johnston
Steven Clyde, Colquhoun & MacBryde, Credit John Johnston
Steven Clyde (3), Colquhoun & MacBryde, Credit John Johnston
Steven Clyde (2), Colquhoun & MacBryde, Credit John Johnston
Andy Clarke and Steven Clyde, Colqyhoun & MacBryde, Credit John Johnston
Andy Clarke & Steven Clyde, Colquhoun and MacBryde, Credit John Johnston
Andy Clark, Colquhoun & MacBryde, Credit John Johnston
Andy Clark & Steven Clyde (3), Colquhoun & MacBryde, Credit John Johnston
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