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Mocked as “the Jurassic Park Shift”, one Friday they learn that they’re about to be let go – to the obvious glee of their manager, vindictive Mummy’s Boy David (Lee Brannigan).
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Commissioned by the Edinburgh International Festival and presented in association with Beacon Arts Centre, Vox Motus present Flight adapted by Oliver Emanuel from the novel Hinterland by Caroline Brothers Times vary as capacity is limited to 25 per performance.
Two young orphaned brothers embark on a desperate odyssey across Europe, in a heart wrench-ing road story of terror, hope and survival.
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While from slightly different classes, the three women have known each other for most of their lives – not least from their time together in the Girl Guides – and are always ready to watch each others’ backs.
When they mistakenly receive a call intended for a local sex line, they're inspired to set themselves up as the “Telephone Belles”, in order to “clean up” some cash during their final weekend on the premises.
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"Fred is one of the best stand-ups Britain has produced" Richard Osman, Pointless.