- May 16, 2014
The tale of a homeless man who becomes a war hero after his death is hardly the usual basis for a musical.
But, in re-imagining the final moments of down-and-out Glyndwr Micheal, Dead in the Water’s writers Paul Tibbey and Mark Sims produced a script which was gripping, enticing and surprisingly humourous.
As with all the best Fringe shows, it also posed many questions about the state of modern society, leaving those who attended the opportunity to muse over a slice of exceedingly good homemade cake.
The Old Courtroom, 15 May 2014