Just because you can’t remember, doesn’t mean it never happened. One man’s relationship with alcohol and the consequences his actions have on himself and the people around him are at the centre of David Elliot’s Hangover, being staged this year as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe at the Zoo Venue, Friday 7 – Monday 31 August.
Danny has the hangover to end all hangovers. However, this is not your typical weekend hangover. For Danny Flynn this has fast become a regular pastime. A mysterious character, conjured from Danny’s imagination, forces him to recall the events of the previous night.
As the memories become clearer and more troubling Danny is drawn closer and closer to a shocking conclusion.
Written by David Elliot, last seen in the excellent A Cock and Bull Story, the play is brought to the stage by Edinburgh based Collabor–8 Productions.
Venue: The Zoo, 140 The Pleasance (The Aviary)
Time: 4:10pm (55 Mins)
Preview: 7 & 8 August (£5)
Dates: 9 – 31 August (£7)
View the trailer on YouTube: