Perth Theatre at Horsecross Arts presents

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There are two rules.

First, the person you choose must be dead.

And second, you have to be dressed up to get in.

It’s Thursday night in the Prince Arthur and their latest theme night is in full swing. Landlady Liz is run off her feet, whilst husband Barry struggles to get into his new costume. Elsewhere in London, a young woman from Edinburgh steps off a train, determined to make her dreams a reality.

Fast-paced and irreverent, Marie is a darkly comic new play inspired by the life of Mary Queen of Scots, but given a distinctly modern twist.

Winner: Scottish Arts Club Bright Spark Award

Written by Sarah MacGillivray & Phil Bartlett
Directed by Phil Bartlett

Image credit: Alan McCredie

Times & Dates

25/04 - 8:00pmBook Tickets
26/04 - 8:00pmBook Tickets
27/04 - 8:00pmBook Tickets


***** Edinburgh Reporter

'a very clever reworking of a familiar story, though you don’t need to know your history to appreciate MacGillivray’s talent. A brilliant one-woman show in an intimate setting' ***** Broadway Baby

**** British Theatre Guide

‘a deliciously twisted story’ **** The List


Ticket Information


11 (8.50)


Concessions are available for this event

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