Dusty Won’t Play at OranMor, West End Festival

17 – 22 June, 2019 at 1 pm

 Oran Mor top of Byres Road, G12 8QX

A Play, A Pie and A Pint at West End Festival 

Tickets: £12.50 (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri) £10 (Wed) £14 (Sat).

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It’s 1964 and Dusty Springfield is at the height of her fame, scoring hits in the UK, US and around the world. On a tour of South Africa she refuses to play to segregated audiences and finds herself demonised and threatened by South Africa’s security police and jeered at back home in England for her naivety. Written by Annie Caulfield and directed by Marylin Imrie.Annie Caulfield is a dramatist, broadcaster and travel writer.A comedy and television scriptwriter, Annie has also written award winning stage and radio plays, and line after line of stand up comedy.

Annie published five travel books, including explorations of Jordan, Benin and her native Northern Ireland and she has broadcast from destinations ranging from Australia to Zanzibar.

Annie’s children’s book Katie Milk Solves Crimes was shortlisted for the Glen Dimplex award and longlisted for Ottakars’ book awards. She won a Race In The Media award for her radio play After You’ve Gone, starring Lenny Henry and Clarke Peters, and a Peggy Ramsay Bursary for her stage work.

A drama documentary about Annie’s travels in Cambodia is scheduled for broadcast on BBC Radio 4 during 2019.


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