For the seagulls, the locked-down streets of Dundee offer slim pickings. They’re lucky to find a bin bag, never mind a discarded takeaway. No wonder Laurie and Fusco are squabbling. The two seabirds are victims of the pandemic; hungry and irritable for want of human waste.
Played by Irene Macdougall and Ewan Donald, the gulls are our unlikely entry point into John McCann’s play, a magical-realist spin around a city forced by Covid-19 to reflect. [READ MORE]