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THE VOICE OF RAY

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Venue:The Cellar Monkey , 15 Argyle Pl Edinburgh EH9 1JJ
Phone: 0131 221 9759
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Cellar
AUG 4-7, 9-14, 17-21, 23-28 at 22:00 (60 min)
 
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Ray’s dead. But people keep impersonating his voice. This irritates spirit-Ray. He can’t rest in peace. Watch a mundane ghost-man go on a crazylicious adventure to silence his vocal legacy. (legacy)… (legacy)… (echo)… (echo)…
    
Performed by a duo, The Voice Of Ray is a piece of bizarre-comedy. Our performing style is quick-witted, quirky and filled with asides, tangents and interaction with the audience.


News and Reviews for this Show

August 24, 2016  Edinburgh Festival Magazine
5 Star Review for The Voice of Ray
The Voice of Ray is an absurdist piece of new writing about a dead man called Ray and his anger over people’s bad impersonations of him. Well, I think, at least. The glorious thing about this madcap show is that the bewildering plot line only adds more to the eccentric charm.

Paddy Wilmott skilfully plays Ray, the floundering Aussie upset with his posthumous legacy, and is to be commended for his hilarious facial expressions and deliberately klutzy physicality. Tom Kitching, who plays a variety of characters, proves himself to be an extremely talented impressionist and is, in particular, immensely likeable and charming as a self-assured American host.

The Voice of Ray might not be for everyone but if you’re willing to embrace the outlandish absurdity of the production, you’ll be energised by the duo’s infectious energy and have one of the funniest hours available at the Fringe this year.

Words: Joshua Zitser

The Voice of Ray, The Laughing Horse @ The Cellar Monkey, 4-28 August, 10pm Click Here

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