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Theatre Tours International Ltd
Theatre Tours International Ltd



Edinburgh 2002 was our biggest season ever presenting 10 shows. It was also our most successful garnering the Scotsman Best Of The Firsts Award (Horse Country), 2 Scotsman Fringe First Awards (Horse Country and Cincinnati) The Jack Tinker Memorial Spirit Of The Fringe Award (Nancy Walsh) A Herald Angel (John Clancy), 1 Stage Best Actor Award (David Calvitto) and 1 Stage Best Actress nomination (Nancy Walsh)

Cincinnati

Sharp, fast, funny, hallucinatory and harrowing. A trip into the only mind in the world

"a heartbreaking and galvanising tour-de-force"

uk premiere
aug 2-26 (not 13) ~ 11:00 (11:45) ~ Drawing Room

Oleanna by David Mamet

The divisive masterpiece.
Best Actor Award winners Beth Fitzgerald and Guy Masterson

directed by Emma Lucia

theatrical dynamite
aug 2-26 (not 12) ~ 12:00 (13:30) ~ Ballroom

Horse Country

A lightning tour of the post-everything American landscape...
a new American masterpiece

"Stunning, bordering on genius" (Theater Reviews Unlimited)

uk premiere
aug 2-26 (not 13) ~ 12:00 (13:10) ~ Drawing Room

The Complete Lost Works of Samuel Beckett as Found
in an Envelope (Partially Burned) in a Dustbin in Paris labeled "Never to be performed. Never. Ever. EVER!
Or I'll Sue! I'LL SUE FROM THE GRAVE!!!"

"TERRIFIC! IRRESISTIBLE!" (NYC Backstage)

uk premiere
aug 2-26 (not 13) ~ 13:25 (14:35) ~ Drawing Room

Intimacy

Hanif Kureishi's searingly honest dissection
of male sexual restlessness and modern separation

"one of the most hotly anticipated stage plays of 2002"  (Evening Standard)

world premiere
aug 2-26 (not 12) ~ 13:40 (15:00) ~ Edinburgh Suite

Filler Up!

A piping-hot, bread-breaking, life-affirming story
of cinnamon buns, challah and family

"to miss it would be madness" (NZ Herald)

uk premiere
aug 2-26 (not 13) ~ 13:45 (15:10) ~ Wildman Room

Goering's Defence

His life, his ideals, his regime... his honour?
Hermann Goering faces his demons before death

directed by Guy Masterson (Adolf)

world premiere
aug 2-26 (not 12) ~ 14:50 (15:50) ~ Drawing Room

Goner

An acid-trip hospital comedy from
Fringe First winners 2000 (Americana Absurdum)

"Sheer wit and intelligence"  (The Scotsman)

uk premiere
aug 2-26 (not 13) ~ 15:15 (16:40) ~ Edinburgh Suite

A Slight Tilt to the Left

Dad's dead and buried. But his gravestone has a life of its own...
A comically poignant tale of loss

Fringe First winner Michael Mears (Soup), directed by Guy Masterson

world premiere
aug 2-26 (not 12) ~ 17:10 (18:20) ~ Drawing Room

Fern Hill and Other Dylan Thomas

The Welsh master of Thomas' writing complements his legendary solo Under Milk Wood
with this heartening rendering of Thomas' finest other works.

WINNER OF THE STAGE BEST ACTOR AWARD 2001


2001 Best Actor
2 shows only! ~ aug 13 & 20 ~ 15:00 (16:30) ~ Music Hall