Fleeman Productions, the Doric language based theatre company, founded by the late playwright and director Charles Barron, is touring the North East again, from 27th June to Midmar, Stonehaven, Inverurie, New Deer, Tullynessle, Kemnay, Fraserburgh and Culter. They are presenting a double bill of Evie, a play written by Charles Barron, and Gosser’s Gala, a short farce, based on Alan Ayckbourn’s Gosforth’s Fete, adapted into Doric by Sheila Reid.

Evie, featuring Yvonne Morton (pictured), who has appeared in several Fleeman shows, tells the story of a true Aberdonian whose sharp wit and humour are shared with her cat, as she faces a huge change to her way of life. Gosser’s Gala is a laughter filled romp at the village gala day, where the weather and cub scouts get in the way of things running smoothly. The cast features some familiar Fleeman faces, including Brian McDonald as well as newcomers to the company.

Details of performances are available now and tickets, priced £10 will be on sale online on TicketSource/fleeman-productions, and from local outlets, from mid May

(copied from Doric Books Facebook post)