Bigotry, friendship and football are put under the microscope in ‘Singing I’m No a Billy, He’s a Tim’.
The Scottish production premiered at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival in 2005 and since has delighted audiences the length and breadth of Scotland.
The show is certain to score when it arrives at Falkirk Town Hall next month.
Set in Glasgow on an Old firm day, the play centres on a Rangers and Celtic fan together in a police cell as they argue their way through religion, sport and politics.
But police officer Harry, who is dealing with an ill grandson, puts their trivial differences into perspective.
‘Singing I’m No a Billy, He’s a Tim’ at FTH on Saturday, April 19 at 7.30. Tickets priced £10-12.50 available from The Steeple Box Office on Falkirk High Street or by calling (01324) 506850.