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Christopher Haydon’s DIARY OF A MAD MAN dazzles Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival


“This razor-sharp look at our post-Brexit and politically calamitous world is a triumph. ★★★★★– The Times

 “likely to be one of the best remembered plays of the Fringe. ★★★★★– British Theatre Guide

“a magnificent triumph… Essential viewing in Sturgeon’s Scotland, and south of the border too.★★★★”- The Telegraph


From the company behind the two Fringe First-winning productions, Grounded and The Christians, comes a brand new adaptation of Gogol’s classic story, re-imagined in
contemporary Scotland.
Director Christopher Haydon returns to the Traverse with the world premiere of this sharply political and witty play, written by Al Smith. Book tickets for this electrifying production here.


Published: 18th August 2016