FRANKIE VAH
It is 1987. Simon Mortimer, the vicar’s son from Essex, has lost his religion. Replaced by radical politics, ranting poetry, and his beloved girlfriend Eve, Simon performs his poetry as Frankie Vah. They live in love and penury, but when Frankie goes on tour with indie darlings The Midnight Shift, his new world is put to the test. Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss and belief against a backdrop of skuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect jangling guitars, visceral verse, and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache. ‘Pulsating, poetic storytelling’ The Guardian
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
WHAT I LEARNED FROM JOHNNY BEVAN
WINNER Fringe First Award for new writing || WINNER The Stage Award for acting excellence
A story of shattered friendship, class ceilings, and the hollow reality of the New Labour dream. Luke Wright delivers a multi award winning hurricane of a performance. With humour and humanity he takes British politics head on, challenging the rise of New Labour and David Cameron, and the abandonment of those left behind.

“Pulsating piece of poetic storytelling” ★★★★ Lyn Gardner, Guardian
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
What I Learned Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
FRANKIE VAH
It is 1987. Simon Mortimer, the vicar’s son from Essex, has lost his religion. Replaced by radical politics, ranting poetry, and his beloved girlfriend Eve, Simon performs his poetry as Frankie Vah. They live in love and penury, but when Frankie goes on tour with indie darlings The Midnight Shift, his new world is put to the test. Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss and belief against a backdrop of skuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect jangling guitars, visceral verse, and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache. ‘Pulsating, poetic storytelling’ The Guardian
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
WHAT I LEARNED FROM JOHNNY BEVAN
WINNER Fringe First Award for new writing || WINNER The Stage Award for acting excellence
A story of shattered friendship, class ceilings, and the hollow reality of the New Labour dream. Luke Wright delivers a multi award winning hurricane of a performance. With humour and humanity he takes British politics head on, challenging the rise of New Labour and David Cameron, and the abandonment of those left behind.

“Pulsating piece of poetic storytelling” ★★★★ Lyn Gardner, Guardian
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
What I Learned Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
FRANKIE VAH
It is 1987. Simon Mortimer, the vicar’s son from Essex, has lost his religion. Replaced by radical politics, ranting poetry, and his beloved girlfriend Eve, Simon performs his poetry as Frankie Vah. They live in love and penury, but when Frankie goes on tour with indie darlings The Midnight Shift, his new world is put to the test. Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss and belief against a backdrop of skuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect jangling guitars, visceral verse, and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache. ‘Pulsating, poetic storytelling’ The Guardian
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
WHAT I LEARNED FROM JOHNNY BEVAN
WINNER Fringe First Award for new writing || WINNER The Stage Award for acting excellence
A story of shattered friendship, class ceilings, and the hollow reality of the New Labour dream. Luke Wright delivers a multi award winning hurricane of a performance. With humour and humanity he takes British politics head on, challenging the rise of New Labour and David Cameron, and the abandonment of those left behind.

“Pulsating piece of poetic storytelling” ★★★★ Lyn Gardner, Guardian
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
What I Learned Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
FRANKIE VAH
It is 1987. Simon Mortimer, the vicar’s son from Essex, has lost his religion. Replaced by radical politics, ranting poetry, and his beloved girlfriend Eve, Simon performs his poetry as Frankie Vah. They live in love and penury, but when Frankie goes on tour with indie darlings The Midnight Shift, his new world is put to the test. Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss and belief against a backdrop of skuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect jangling guitars, visceral verse, and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache. ‘Pulsating, poetic storytelling’ The Guardian
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
WHAT I LEARNED FROM JOHNNY BEVAN
WINNER Fringe First Award for new writing || WINNER The Stage Award for acting excellence
A story of shattered friendship, class ceilings, and the hollow reality of the New Labour dream. Luke Wright delivers a multi award winning hurricane of a performance. With humour and humanity he takes British politics head on, challenging the rise of New Labour and David Cameron, and the abandonment of those left behind.

“Pulsating piece of poetic storytelling” ★★★★ Lyn Gardner, Guardian
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
What I Learned Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17

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FRANKIE VAH
It is 1987. Simon Mortimer, the vicar’s son from Essex, has lost his religion. Replaced by radical politics, ranting poetry, and his beloved girlfriend Eve, Simon performs his poetry as Frankie Vah. They live in love and penury, but when Frankie goes on tour with indie darlings The Midnight Shift, his new world is put to the test. Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss and belief against a backdrop of skuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect jangling guitars, visceral verse, and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache. ‘Pulsating, poetic storytelling’ The Guardian
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
Frankie VahThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
WHAT I LEARNED FROM JOHNNY BEVAN
WINNER Fringe First Award for new writing || WINNER The Stage Award for acting excellence
A story of shattered friendship, class ceilings, and the hollow reality of the New Labour dream. Luke Wright delivers a multi award winning hurricane of a performance. With humour and humanity he takes British politics head on, challenging the rise of New Labour and David Cameron, and the abandonment of those left behind.

“Pulsating piece of poetic storytelling” ★★★★ Lyn Gardner, Guardian
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh23/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh24/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh25/08/17
What I Learned From Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh26/08/17
What I Learned Johnny BevanThe UnderbellyEdinburgh27/08/17
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