Dark tale with live baking

Badapple Theatre Company presents The Daily Bread at Heydour. EMN-140918-120312001
Badapple Theatre Company presents The Daily Bread at Heydour. EMN-140918-120312001

An original comedy-drama by Kate Bramley, Badapple Theatre Company brings The Daily Bread to Heydour Village Hall on its tour of rural venues.

August de Ville is a master baker and his tiny village bakery is the talk of the town, as the WI ladies flock for miles to sample his sumptuous sponge and beautiful buns.

But does the cheery facade hide a dark secret? That he shares the same name as a hated newspaper magnate, he claims, is a sad coincidence.

Expect a riotous night of clowning, comedy, Machiavellian subterfuge and live baking.

Badapple Theatre bring this brand new one-man show starring the irrepressible Scottish actor, clown and raconteur Colin Moncrieff, as the shameless August de Ville.

Colin Moncrieff works in TV, film production and theatre as well as being a member of “The Barrow Band” singing songs about fruit and vegetables! He also regularly works for the Edinburgh-based charity Hearts and Minds as a Medical Clown visiting hospitals, homes and dementia-care units throughout Scotland delivering unthreatening, unique performances individually tailored for the children and elderly patients housed there.

The show starts at 7pm on Sunday September 28 at Heydour Parish Hall.

For tickets, priced at £10, concessions £8 and children £5, contact 01529 455501/07879 4474271.