Wednesday, 8 August 2012
The craic where the light gets in
Elspeth Murray has been described as 'hyperactive', 'glowing' and 'a cultural phenomenon in the making'. Richard Medrington is a self-professed 'compulsive playwright, performer and storyteller' whose show The Man Who Planted Trees has been called 'a gem', 'enchanting' and 'flawless'.
They met at a poetry slam where he was competing, she was a judge. He won. They got married. Now they're presenting a selection of their own and others poetry, with musical guests picked from the very best of Edinburgh's Festival talent, especially for FoSP!
Wednesday 8 August, 8pm-9pm, in the Hall at St John's (Venue 127). Buy tickets here or at the venue box office.