Â£5, under-18s Â£3
Thursday, 12th September 2019 | 8pm-9.30pm
The Little Theatre, King Street, Nairn
Known for centuries as The Great Gate, a small Bulgarian village facing the Turkish border finds itself in the middle of a European crisis as asylum seekers sneak across the border by night, causing fear and unrest. Postman Ivan has a new political vision to offer the village’s elderly electorate of 38. He decides to run for mayor to bring the dying village to life by welcoming refugees. His opponents want either to close their eyes or close down the border and reintroduce communism. Busy on the campaign trail while delivering the mail, Ivan soon learns that while good intentions are not enough, even the smallest deeds matter.
Kapka Kassabova and The Good Postman – £10