In an Aberdeenshire school that had better remain anonymous, something strange is
boiling up in the kitchens. We take the lid off the plot - and you'll never again
feel the same way about school dinners.
The fascinating characters include three dinner wifies whose combined skills barely
qualify them to use a tin-opener – if they had one. And if they did they’d probably
slice a finger off. The teachers are more concerned with their private lives than
with the education of the pupils and the school cleaner lives in a world of her own.
Add a Health and Safety Inspector to the menu and the comic situations culminate
in a surprising climax.
This cheerful Doric comedy will have you asking for more.
Friday 18 May Midmar Village Hall
Saturday 19 May Warehouse Theatre, Lossiemouth
Tuesday 22 May New Deer Hall
Wednesday 23 May Kemnay Village Hall
Thursday 24 May Grassic Gibbon Centre, Arbuthnott
Friday 25 May Aberdeen Arts Centre
Saturday 26 May Aberdeen Arts Centre
Wednesday 27 June Tullynessle and Forbes Hall
Thursday 28 June Peterculter Village Hall
Friday 29 June Wyness Hall, Inverurie
Saturday 30 June Wyness Hall, Inverurie
Fleeman Productions has been bringing Doric drama to the North East of Scotland for
seven years. They have built a reputation for performing thoroughly entertaining
comedies, true to the spirit of the area. Award-winning playwright Charles Barron
has provided all but one of the fifteen plays we have staged so far. His understanding
of the Scots character and his deft touch with comedy ensure an evening of sheer
Contact the Administrator for more details: FleemanCompany@aol.co.uk.