Tea and Nuisance
  • Edinburgh Fringe

In 1950s Britain there is a rose garden. Among the wildflowers there sits a peculiar looking glass and many curious tea sets. Here we find Al, a girl made for living, however, she suffers from a terrible cough and a troubling reflection. What a nuisance. This is a new writing play by Foxfire Theatre from Queen Margaret University. Tea and Nuisance explores the issues of existing in absurd circumstances, from the perspective of a young woman facing a disturbing reality.

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