Take a walk and catch offbeat Patsy Cline tale

Patsy Cline
Patsy Cline
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BACK by audience demand this week is the latest hit to emerge from the stage of the Oran Mor, A Bottle of Wine and Patsy Cline.

The show is written by Scottish playwright Morag Fullerton — known for her irreverent adaptation of Casablanca, well-received at both the westend venue where it began and a run at the Edinburgh Fringe.

And Patsy Cline is no exception, also receiving heaps of critical praise and now, a second run.

It charts the short life of the country singer, featuring her best-known songs such as Crazy and Sweet Dreams of You.

This run is particularly important as next Thursday it will be filmed for inclusion in a Gaelic language documentary about the singer, made by Glasgow company Sorbier Productions.

Whether a life-long fan or just an enthusiastic theatregoer, A Bottle of Wine and Patsy Cline.may be one to catch now, as it’s bound to be talked about for a while.

n Performances at 7.45pm, running until October 30. Tickets £18, available from www.ticketweb.co.uk or 357 6200.