WHAT’S ON MARCH 2015: Alan Bissett’s debut work The Ching Room plays Glasgow
The Ching Room Alan Bissett’s compelling debut play, visits The Griffin in Glasgow from 24th until 26th February and the Garnethill Multicultural Centre from 5th to 6th March. Set entirely in a nightclub toilet cubicle. Rory realises he is out of his depth once he becomes trapped by the terrifying and enigmatic drug-dealer, Darren. “For only two people are allowed entry beyond the red ropes at any one time, sir. And these people are – at present – myself and yourself. Boss Ching has arranged it thus.”
A Theatre Revolution production, directed by Iain McAleese with Dickson Telfer as Darren and Kal Sabir as Rory.
Dickson Telfer is the author of two short story collections, ‘The Red Man Turns to Green’ and ‘Refrigerator Cake’ (Fledgling Press), endorsed by Alan Bissett and Gordon Legge respectively. He is a regular performer on the spoken word scene and wrote and performed his one man show ‘Secret Weapons’ at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2012.
Kal Sabir is a multi-skilled creative with ten years’ experience in the performing arts. Alumnus of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, he has dabbled in many genres on both stage and screen. This, however, is his first time playing a guy desperate to defecate.