In this riotous reimagining of the classic story with a live flamenco guitar score, one 87-year old man decides to cut through the noise and be the good old-fashioned hero the world needs right now.
It’s time to put on the armour, saddle up the mobility scooter and go forth on a journey (N.B. NOT an emotional one).
Accompanied by his verbally incontinent nephew Sandy, Don sets out on a freewheeling picaresque adventure through the pedestrianised town centres, traffic islands, Wetherspoons and wind farms of contemporary Scotland, before being dragged home to face his greatest nemesis: a social care needs assessment.
A funny, poignant, unruly tale of the basic human need to be seen and heard.
‘until death it is all life’
Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
Tue 25 – Sat 29 Oct, Tue 1 Nov – Sat 5 Nov: 7.30pm: £28, £26, £23, £15; Concessions £22, £20, £17, £15 (inc £2.50 booking fee per ticket)
Thu 29 + Sat 30 Oct, Thu 3 + Sat 5 Nov: 2.30pm: £26, £25, £21, £15; Concessions £20, £18, £16, £15 (inc £2.50 booking fee per ticket)