A Haggis Queen Abroad
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Enjoying the perks of self-imposed exile in England, the Haggis Queen finds herself suddenly adrift when the Independence Referendum hits and she must decide on which side of the border she truly belongs. With a toe in the Yes camp and a heel in the No, the Highland-dancing Haggis Queen debates her right to even have a say in the fate of the country she loved but left. Eilidh Talman's feel-good solo show tackles life's biggest question: can you still be Scottish if you don't like haggis? Warning: contains traces of haggis, tartan, and identity crises.

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