Join the puddin’ race at Coldingham!

Haggis, Haggis, Haggis. The subject matter of the play, co-written by Stuart Delves and John Nichol, is haggis (as the title would suggest). It explores the history of haggis, dispels several myths and offers an explanation of why the 'Chieftain o' the Puddin' Race' now belongs to Caledonia.
Haggis, Haggis, Haggis. The subject matter of the play, co-written by Stuart Delves and John Nichol, is haggis (as the title would suggest). It explores the history of haggis, dispels several myths and offers an explanation of why the 'Chieftain o' the Puddin' Race' now belongs to Caledonia.

Fresh from five-star success at the Edinburgh Fringe, IDEOMS bring the show ‘Haggis, Haggis, Haggis’ to Coldingham Village Hall on Saturday, November 1.

The play explores the history of haggis, dispels several myths and offers an explanation of why the ‘Chieftain o’ the Puddin’ Race’ now belongs to Caledonia.

There is the usual IDEOMS daftness and the essential element of catchy songs and tunes. More poignant moments are intermingled with the general silliness, that serve to prove that the haggis is a truly international dish - a food for all humankind. The audience will be invited to sample some bite-size haggis in various and exotic forms, ensuring that Haggis, Haggis, Haggis is a multi-sensual experience.