The Tale O’ Fanny Cha Cha by Joyce Falconer OranMor, Monday 5th – Saturday 10th May
The Tale O’ Fanny Cha Cha
OranMor, Top of Byres Road, G12
Monday 5th – Saturday 10th May, 2014
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Featuring Ian Bustard, David McGowan and Itxaso Moreno
A Scottish emigrant took the ‘baw’ to Brazil.
A Brazilian immigrant took Samba to Scotland.
Based loosely on true stories this multi-cultural musical tells a heartwarming love story set doon by the Broomielaw in the hey-day of the Clyde.
Get your cutlery and shakers at the ready!
Joyce Falconer was raised in Torry, Aberdeen but has been based mainly in Glasgow for the past
25 years. She has performed in many genres of theatre and a vast variety of venues from Barlinnie to the Concert Hall. She has several TV credits, been the feature of three documentaries and played ‘Roisin’ for the first 5 years of ‘River City’. Joyce has written many poems ,songs,plays for community groups and writes material for her one-woman shows and Burns Nights. She has appeared in 3 PPP’s and is delighted to have her first commission from Òran Mór and the Lemon Tree, both of whom she is no stranger to.
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