Lily

SORRY - due to events outside our control this event has had to be postponed
A fast-paced new play inspired by Edith Wharton’s House of Mirth.

Saturday 28 September : 7.30pm

Sunday 29 September : 7.30pm

Tickets : £12.50

SORRY – due to events outside our control this event has had to be postponed
Recommended Age : 14+
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This event is presented as part of the Wigtown Book Festival
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Lily is the protagonist of Edith Wharton’s 1905 novel of New York high-society, The House of Mirth. And also Lily is a thirty-year-old with a dead-end job who’s starting to panic that it’s 2019 and the party is over.

A fast-paced new drama inspired by a literary classic, Lily is a story of ambition, independence, and feeling like you’re drowning in a tank.

Lily is the latest play from director Phil Bartlett and performer Sarah MacGillivray, the team behind the darkly comic fringe hit Marie,which won the Scottish Arts Club Bright Spark Award.


Praise for Marie :

Deft direction and nimble acting…mark out the company as one to watch
The Times
Punchy piece…with a killer sting in the tail
The Stage