Tony Roper's washhouse comedy about the relationships between a group of working women as they rush to finish their work before the New Year bells.
Come and catch up with old friends at ‘The Steamie’ which is considered a classic piece of Scottish writing by Tony Roper and remains popular with theatre audiences old and new.
This brand-new amateur production by The Brunton in association with David Ross and Tommie Travers promises to bring an evening packed full of nostalgia, laughter, and heart.
Set on Hogmanay at an old laundry house of 1950’s Glasgow, Doreen, Magrit, Dolly and Mrs Culfeathers’ are doing the final wash of the year as they blether about the past, the future, and being pals.
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