★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ The Stage
★★★★ Exeunt

A funny, dark and touching show by Roundhouse Associate Artist Scottee, directed by Chris Goode. The Total Theatre Award-winner and Edinburgh Festival hit returns for a strictly limited run.

Everyone has done stuff they regret, but most of us bury it deep. Last year, Scottee hired a psychotherapist and a filmmaker to dig up his past as the basis for a new show. The result is a funny, dark and touching production where Scottee dares to bear all as he encounters past flames, ex-friends and people who no longer like him, in attempt to find out where he went wrong…

Post Show Talk

Thursday’s show will be followed by a special post show event that will see performance artist Bryony Kimmings in conversation with Scottee, talking about making autobiographical work and the wider implications of this work. Read more

Reviews

4

Recklessly brave and devastating solo show in which Scottee looks back over his life from the age of 10 to 18.

The Guardian
4

The most impressive, affecting and unsettling productions I‘ve seen this year.

Time Out
4

Brave, heartfelt and full of integrity.

The Scotsman
4

This showman walks the fine line between vulnerability and charisma. It’s a potent and compelling combination.

The Stage

News

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    Bryony Kimmings will join The Worst of Scottee star to talk about the implications of making autobiographical theatre.

  • Your Reaction: The Worst of Scottee

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    “For the love of god, go!” – Our audiences tell us why you mustn’t miss The Worst of Scottee.

  • In pictures: The Worst of Scottee

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    Edinburgh Festival hit and Total Theatre Award-winner The Worst of Scottee returns to the Roundhouse for a limited run in November after making a huge splash earlier this year. With the help of a psychotherapist and a filmmaker, Roundhouse Associate Artist, Scottee faces up to past flames, ex-fr…