Singin’ I’m No A Billy, He’s A Tim by Des Dillon

Des Dillon's brilliant satire of bigotry in Scotland and its connection with the nation's two biggest football teams first scored critical acclaim at the Fringe in 2005, and has since been a near-constant fixture in theatres in Scotland.

On the day of an Old Firm clash, a Rangers and Celtic fan end up sharing a courtroom cell. Their only hope of escape is betting on the match to pay their fines. While taking turns to watch the game on a TV through their cell door, the pair bicker their way through every entrenched cliché of "Scotland's shame" from religion to politics and national identity.

Aided by their kindly turnkey Harry - whose worries for his sick grandson help put their petty quarrels into perspective - they're forced to reach a grudging understanding.

Written by Des Dillon

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Date and Location:

Beacon Arts Centre

Start Date: Saturday, 7 April, 2018

End Date: Saturday, 7 April, 2018

Address: Custom House Quay, Greenock, PA15 1HJ

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