4 May, 2019 – 7.30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Dogstar Theatre Company presents

Krawiec z Invernessu

Written and performed by Matthew Zajac
With Jonny Hardie/Gavin Marwick on violin
Directed by Ben Harrison
Designed by Ali Maclaurin
Musical direction by Jonny Hardie & Gavin Marwick

Matthew Zajac’s international hit show about his Polish father goes on its 6th Scottish tour. The Tailor of Inverness has entranced over 36,000 people, playing in a huge variety of venues from prestigious theatres in cities which include New York, Adelaide, Kiev, Malmo and Berlin to tiny village halls. This is a rare chance to see this unforgettable and moving story of displacement and survival in war-torn Europe, a powerful allegory for all victims of war.

Winner of a Scotsman Fringe First, the Stage Best Solo Performer Award at the Edinburgh Fringe and the 2009 Best Actor Award from the Scottish Critics.

“A towering piece of work” Sunday Independent, Ireland

“Compelling, impassioned…a fine actor” New York Times

“A universal work of theatre.” Sunday Herald

“A triumph” The Observer

“A must…Zajac is truly a visionary” Broadway World, New York

“Compelling and magical.” Edinburgh Evening News

“Deeply affecting” London Evening Standard

“Don’t miss it.” Radio Adelaide

“The most electrifying theatre imaginable” ayoungertheatre.com

“Brilliantly encapsulates the effects of war on individuals, families and societies” The List


Tickets are £13.50 including a £1.50 booking fee which is applicable on all tickets including those bought on the day, in person and on the phone.

For ticket purchases or enquiries, please contact the box office on [email protected] or call 0141 357 4000.  Phone messages and emails to the Box Office are checked at least once a day, Tuesdays to Saturdays.

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