“…a taut and lucid piece of storytelling… evidence of an artist with a real chunk of talent. The writing is crisp, the performance equally so” FringeGuru, Brighton Fringe 2013
Storytelling, secrets and sibling rivalry...
Part confessional monologue, part lecture and part storytelling, there were two brothers is a funny, frank look at fraternal relationships, inspired by brothers both real and fictional. Join Mark on an unexpected journey through his relationship with his brother Paul, as he discovers they share more than just a birthday.
Inspired by an obscure 80s novel, actor and writer Mark Kydd has woven together fact and fiction to create an intimate, funny and heartfelt show about his experience of growing up gay in Scotland, which is also a meditation on autobiographical writing.
It's a show for anyone who has known the joys, frustrations and complexities of family life.
Born in Dundee, Mark studied at Queen Margaret University, where he was awarded the Ian Richardson Voice Prize. He has appeared extensively in theatre throughout Scotland and beyond - there were two brothers marks his writing debut.
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