Reverend Harold Davidson: Good Samaritan or Dirty Vicar?

Following their sell-out tour and award-winning Edinburgh run, the team behind The Bitches Ball bring you another famously forgotten character – The Rector of Stiffkey.

Defrocked by the church but called a saint by his parishioners, how did the tap-dancing vicar end up as a sideshow freak in a carnival? And what about the woman who put him there, seventeen year old Barbara Harris? The true story of the Prostitutes’ Padre is retold as a Music Hall show, with original live music, saucy songs and eccentric dance.

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Last session: Thu 14 May 2009 at 7:30 PM - This event has now passed

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