The Chippit Chantie

Victor Carin's gleeful concoction of chaos and confusion.

In the Fife village of Ballindean in 18th-century Scotland, Judge Tammas Boyd is a law unto himself -- or so he thinks.

Then Jemima Tait discovers that her precious chantie (chamber pot) has been broken, and she wants recompense and justice!

This leads to a sudden unexpected inspection of Judge Boyd's court, with hilarious consequences for all concerned.

Our Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2003 production was directed by Mike Paton.

The Chippit Chantie

by Heinrich von Kleist

adapted by Victor Carin

2-16 August 2003

St Serf's Hall