From Irvine Welsh, the writer of Trainspotting.
Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson is not happy. With a rash developing on his arse, a racially motivated murder to solve and a full work force of idiots to contend with, can Bruce get the promotion he craves and win back his wife and daughter?
A foul mouthed, depraved 90 minute one man show in which one actor plays over 30 characters in a play about the abuse of power, drugs, and just about everything.
After a sell out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Skin & Bone Theatre are bringing Filth back to the Tristan Bates, and DS Robertson is bigger and badder than ever.
‘A stonking filthy Glasgow kiss’- London Pub Theatres
‘A foul firecracker of a play’ – Always Time for Theatre
‘Addictive to watch’ – Dark Readers
‘An outstanding performance’ – The Edinburgh Reporter
‘Breathtakingly superb’ – Views From the Gods
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