My Doric Diary
It’s December 31st, 2010, in Fraserburgh. But all is not sparkly balloons. Daisy is desperate to attend the town’s New Year’s Eve party but Granny will not allow it. After an argument, a disgruntled Daisy locks herself in her room amongst her music and old schoolbooks.
Things take a time-bending twist when Daisy is magically transported back to December 31st, 1993- the same night 17 years earlier. But why has she been brought here? And why now? And most importantly who is that mysterious figure standing at the mic?
A Doric jukebox musical from Katie Barnett and James Siggens of AyeTunes!, My Doric Diary is a heart-warming story about what it means to love and what it takes to let go.
Funny, clever, endlessly inventive, chock full of banging tunes
Press & Journal
A gorgeous, humorous and perfectly shaped solo show
Funny, lively and saying much more than mere words can do...the audience loved it!
Scots Gay Arts
Concessions £2 off
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