Honours of Drumlie

It‘s 1746, Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite rebels are returning to Scotland from Derby. According to gossip, they’re causing mayhem on the way and kidnapping women – which some of the women are quite looking forward to. But what of the town’s plate and silver, ie, the ’Honours of Drumlie’? Where to hide it from these thieving savages? Needless to say, a mad plan is hatched, leading to various complications, with a bit of romance thrown in. This is one of Jimmy Scotland’s funniest plays celebrating 52 years at the Fringe for Edinburgh People’s Theatre.

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