Written by Katie Douglas
Everyman Theatre, Hope Street, 18th June - 10th July

Reviewed by Tammy Seibold

‘Fly’ is a story of three twenty somethings from a small town on the west coast of Scotland. When Sammy comes home, he finds life much the same as when he left. His sister’s still married to his former best friend. She’s still a victim; he’s still a bully.

Written by new playwrite Katie Douglas, Fly is a well written realistic domesticated drama with a slight twist, accompanied by a really interesting and well thought out set from designer Robin Don. The story is one that is seen in many families and in all towns but if you want to see it replayed in a condensed version then this play will be the one to watch.