Sunday 10th June
1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm
Tickets £7.50 / £6 under 16s
Box office: 01750 22204 or from www.bordersevents.com
Texthouse’s Jules Horne has a second life as a playwright, and her latest show will be performed at Selkirk’s Bowhill Theatre this Sunday, 10th June. Scotsman Fringe First winner Allotment is a dark comedy about two symbiotic sisters who play out their bitter rivalry among the fruit and veg of a real allotment. The play is currently on a UK tour, complete with touring shed and plants, and will take place in Bowhill’s lovely walled gardens, or in the theatre if it’s wet. Expect tea, scones, and a bitter-sweet treat for anyone aged 7 and over. The show stars Nicola Jo Cully and Gowan Calder, and is produced by Edinburgh’s Nutshell Theatre. For more on the show, see the Nutshell Theatre website.
‘Imaginative, poignant, and beautifully performed.’