A Grid Iron and Stellar Quines production, Book and lyrics by Anita Vettesse and Johnny McKnight, Music by Alan Penman, Directed by Jemima Levick.

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**** “Hilarious and macabre new Scottish musical that celebrates female unity”  The Stage

**** “An all round terrific night out that deserves a full house every night.”  Edinburgh Guide

**** “An unmissable highlight of this theatre season.”  The Reviews Hub

**** “Big laughs and touching moments galore, truly Scottish theatre at its best.”  Scotsgay

**** “A hysterical performance that has the audience laughing out loud.”  Edinbrugh Evening News

“A startlingly bold new musical… a socialist-feminist version of River City written by Stephen Sondheim… an impressive combination of comic cartoonishness and  genuinely humane pathos… fabulously cast, often uproariously funny.”  The Sunday Herald

“Have you ever done a bad thing, like really bad?”
“Yeah. I started Breaking Bad when our Davy was on the night-shift”

Every week more than 2 million women pour into local Bingo halls across the UK, each one hoping that all elusive HOUSE will change their fortunes forever.  Daniella’s one of those women. Except she isn’t just hopeful. She’s desperate. She needs Lady Luck to smile down on her tonight.  She’s done a bad thing. No, a really bad thing, and if her card doesn’t have those winning numbers, she’s going to have to resort to desperate measures to take home THAT prize money.

Featuring barnstorming original numbers, a lot of banter and cheeky humour, join multi-award winning Scottish Theatre companies Grid Iron and Stellar Quines for an unforgettable night at Bingo!

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