Two Fringe shows to look out for
Sunday, July 30, 2017 at 11:07AM
FNF Scotland in benefit shows, plays

FNF Scotland recommends two shows at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe that cast a wry eye on two of the most common issues in our case work - parental alienation and long distance parenting. 

The Way It Is  is "a funny, entertaining, challenging, shocking, moving journey into the hearts of darkness world of parental alienation".

Written and directed by John Casey this will be the Fringe debut of  11:87 Theatre Company.

There will be a benefit performance of The Way It Is for FNF Scotland at 10 Palmerston Place on Tuesday Aug 15th at 7pm. Book your tickets here.

Full details of the production's Fringe performances at theSpace on the Mile, 80 High Street from 14th to 19th August are here

The Unaccompanied Minor is a one man show, written and performed by Elan Zafir.  "A comedy about being the rock in your son's life – when you were the paper plane in your dad's".  As anyone who has had to arrange long-distance contact trips for their child will know, the title refers to the service offered by airlines.

Elan will perform the show for FNF Scotland in Glasgow on Wednesday 23rd August with a discussion afterwards - book your tickets here.

Full details of the production's Fringe performances from 4th August at the Space@Surgeons Hall are here.

Thanks to both shows for providing us with benefit performances - give them your suppport..

 

Article originally appeared on Families Need Fathers Scotland (http://www.fnfscotland.org.uk/).
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