THE LAST BURRAH SAHIBS
MAX SCRATCHMANN (Scotland)
A warm and entertaining one-man show about the mansion-house-dwelling life led by ordinary Scottish mill workers in the old jute colonies along the Hooghly river in twentieth century Bengal. By popular Calcutta-born, Edinburgh storyteller Max Scratchmann.
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'Funny, personal and moving - it’s an elegy to a lost past...' (The Courier)
Scratchmann possesses 'the easy style of a practiced humorist...' (The Scots Magazine)