ROSS SUTHERLAND: STANDBY FOR TAPE BACK-UP

ROSS SUTHERLAND: STANDBY FOR TAPE BACK-UP

2nd March 2016


“Two years ago, I found a videotape in my loft. On it: one and a half films, one quiz show and two sit-coms. Somehow, it became the story of my life” (Ross Sutherland)

After a hard-drive crash and a near death experience, Ross Sutherland found himself house-bound with only one thing for company: an old videotape that once belonged to his granddad. The true story of one man’s journey into synchronicity and madness. Directed by Rob Watt.

‘Simply note down the booking number, because this is a must see show… extraordinary’
The Observer

‘Consuming, compelling, hypnotic… One of the stand-out shows of the Edinburgh Fringe’
★★★★★
The Stage

‘Beautifully crafted, strikingly original’
★★★★
The Telegraph

‘Dizzyingly clever’
★★★★
The Independent

‘Beautifully poetic’
★★★★
Time Out

This tour is presented by house: www.housetheatre.org.uk

PAY WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD
That’s right – pay what you can afford. When you go to the booking screen you’ll see a list of payment options ranging from £0 (yes, free!) to £15. Any one of these will get you a ticket, and there’s no catches! We want everyone, whatever your income, to have the chance to see some really groundbreaking new work.


Doors open 7.30pm, show starts 8pm.
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