This is a past event that has already taken place. Sorry if you missed it, find out about future events on our what's on page.
Produced by Anna Haigh Productions Ltd
Written & performed by James Wilson-Taylor
Sat 13 May
Tickets: £11 More price information
This performance runs for 60 mins, no interval. Stay on for a Post Show Q&A with the performer in the Bar
Running Time: 1 hour - approximate, including any interval(s).
Most tickets cost more when booked via telephone or in person at box office. See our Ts & Cs for details.
Edinburgh hit musical comedy written and performed by James Wilson-Taylor.
Join James Wilson-Taylor for a musical history of the redhead as he attempts to end the bullying and rebrand gingers for 2016. Can he make Ed Sheeran less boring? Can he turn Ron Weasley into a sex symbol? And why do people think he's a vampire? James is the writer and performer of Fringe comedy hits Batfan and I Need A Doctor: The Whosical. Other credits include Newsjack (BBC Radio 4 Extra) and the Musical Comedy Awards 2016 (semi-finalist).
Following the sell out successes of I Need A Doctor: The Whosical and Bat-Fan, James Wilson-Taylor premiered his new musical stand up comedy, Ginger is The New Black at Belly Laugh, Cowgate Underbelly in August 2016 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The show was a massive success, with sell-out performances across the run, as well as fantastic reviews and accolades plus great audience reception. It is directed by Owen Lewis (Eric and Little Ern, Joe Stilgoe, The Only Way Is Downton) and produced by Anna Haigh Productions Ltd. (This Will End Badly, I Need A Doctor: The Whosical).
The show is a 60 minute musical stand-up solo comedy written and performed by James Wilson-Taylor, directed by Owen Lewis.
Stay on for an informal post show Q&A with James in the Guildhall Bar, where you can ask any questions that you have about the performance, or the creative processes involved.
Please note that as part of ongoing improvement works, the lift at the Guildhall Theatre is being replaced. This means that customers with tickets to shows during 10th April to 4th June will be affected - you will have to use the stairs to reach the auditorium. Please speak to the Sales & Information team on 01332 255800 if you think you will be affected.
Sat 13 May 2017, 8pm
Concessions are typically available to over 60s, under 16s, students, unemployed and disabled people. Click through to Buy Tickets for individual prices and availability. Please note that proof may be required on collection of tickets or on entry to the auditorium.
"A whirlwind Batman adventure is an astonishing variety of forms." Three Weeks
"Wildly Fanatically Talented!" The Skinny
"An enjoyable romp through one man's love affair." The List
"Holy Entertaining Batman." The Scotsman
How to book
Visit our How to Book section of the website to find out everything you need to know about booking for an event.