Next performances at the Cultura Inglesa Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil June 2015.

Nominated for the Digital Innovation Arts & Business Scotland Award 2014.

Part of 2014’s Made In Scotland showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Sponsored by LaChunky Recording Studios & Freshman Guitars supported by Arts & Business Scotland.

Written by Louise Quinn, directed by Ben Harrison, featuring film by Uisdean Murray, sound design by Bal Cooke & performance by Martin McCormick & Dianne Torr.

★★★★ ‘Weird in the most delightful way’ - The Times

★★★★ ‘musically compelling throughout’ - The Scotsman

★★★★ ‘thought provoking, memorable, one-off stuff’ - The Herald

★★★★ ‘Lynchian nightmares and sun-dappled surrealism’ - The List

★★★★ ‘as endearing to listen to as it is to watch’ - TV Bomb

★★★★ ‘a gloriously original theatrical experience’ - The Public Reviews

★★★★ ‘very clever and very cool.’ - Everything Theatre

★★★★ ‘…a joyful and original experience.’ - TV Bomb

★★★★ ‘This is what the Fringe is all about. Go see!’ - EdFest Magazine

★★★★ ‘ a unique audience experience’ - Fringe Review (Recommended)

★★★★ ‘absorbing and unique.’ - ThreeWeeks

★★★★ ‘ a beguiling multi-media exploration of the battle between art and commerce.’ - The Edinburgh Reporter

'…This is a story for the X Factor Generation' Total Theatre

Performers: Louise Quinn, Martin McCormick & Diane Torr.

The Sunken Starlet Choir:

Lucy Goldie
Lynn Murray
Jade Lezar
Jessica Phillipi

Supported by Creative Scotland.

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