ACTRESS and comedienne Dorothy Paul is bringing her ‘Retiring from Retirement’ tour to Bute this month.
The show, at Rothesay Pavilion on Saturday, March 31 as part of a national tour, is described as “an evening of wonderful music and outrageous comedy in the company of one of one of Scotland’s best-loved performers”, and features plenty of hilarious gossip about Dorothy’s starry pals, past and present.
Dorothy, born in Dennistoun in the east end of Glasgow, has worked in variety theatre and appeared in many dramatic productions on stage and screen.
Since her appearance as Magrit in Tony Roper’s The Steamie – first performed on stage in 1987 and on TV the following year – she has carved out a new niche with a series of one-woman shows, and is in great demand as a writer and after-dinner speaker.
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