A tough and funny play about Glaswegian orphans forcibly transplanted to the Islands. Homers is poignant, fantastical and unflaggingly hilarious.
"The language is fantastic... a wonderful subjective jumble of nonsensical rhythms and misheard words... the play fairly bursts with comic energy and potential... An oddly liberating celebration of the sheer weirdness of Scotland, north and south of the Highland line."Scotsman
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