Marjory to put Salvation Army on stage at Fringe Festival
published on 24 Jul 2015
A singer who has performed at many of the UK's top concert venues is gearing up to headline The Salvation Army's venue at next month's Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Marjory Watson will be performing her one-woman show called 'Decisions! Decisions!' which will top a bill of performances at Venue 405 on East Adam Street - otherwise known as our Edinburgh City Corps.
Marjory's show runs every night at 7.30pm from August 12-15 and promises to get audiences involved as they explore some of the everyday dilemmas people face.
The experienced singer, who is also a member of The Salvation Army, says her show will be very much for festival goers of all faiths and none.
She explains: "The show is cabaret style, blending together a variety of Musical Theatre songs and conversational storytelling. Decisions are part of everyday life, and people approach decision making in a variety of ways. The show promises to be a lighthearted look at common life experiences, with myself and my talented band providing an entertaining evening."
The Salvation Army venue will also feature a series of daytime shows, including performances by classical music trio Triquetta, music students from Perth college and Salvation Army singer Matt Ramsay.
Youth Officer Captain Gavin Friday said: "It's great The Salvation Army is providing a performance space and a platform for young people to showcase their musical talent. Venue 405 is also a Christian space where we invite the community to connect and engage with our shows."
Tickets (£7/£5 concessions) are going fast so make sure you grab yours by calling East Scotland Divisional HQ on 0131 440 9103, the Fringe Box Office on 0131 226 0000 or online at www.edfringe.com