This spellbinding event will consist of two separate wonderful performances, with your ticket you’ll get to watch both The Lost Children and Mata Hari with a short interval between each.
Grab your tickets from this link.
The Lost Children
Eve McDougall was incarcerated in Scotland’s toughest adult prison for 2yrs at the age of 15yrs old for trying to steal a roll of bread, Christmas 1972. Later in life Eve wrote her biography, ‘A Wicked Fist’.
The Lost Children is a monologue of her first night in jail a traumatic experience which no child should go through for such a petty crime. Eve is not a victim she is a survivor who supports vulnerable people.
Co-written by award-winning writer Dean Stalham and MA Graduate in Intercultural Cabaret from St Martins Aletia Upstairs. Mata Hari is an original play with songs and music interspersed with verbatim words taken from letters and interviews, with songs performed in English, French, Dutch and German. 1917 – Imprisoned, accused of espionage during WWI, her final hours, awaiting death by French firing squad, we see a roller coaster reflection of her life.
“This is one of those little Edinburgh Fringe gems… Upstairs is joyful, sulky, sexy and seductive as Mata Hari. Do go and see this if you can.” ✭✭✭✭✭ ScotsGay
“A strong performance that includes attractive and evocative
singing.” ✭✭✭✭ Theatre Guide London
Tickets are priced at £5 and are available NOW via this link.
Saturday 4th September 4pm
Location: Vale Square, CT11 9DA