After the success of What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, performance poet Luke Wright is back at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with another politically-charged verse play, Frankie Vah.
Featuring live music, the show is set around the 1987 election, with a dissolute, angrily disillusioned left-winger touring scuzzy gig venues and searching for something to love.
We met up with Wright to get a sneak peek at what to expect from the show.
Frankie Vah runs at Udderbelly Cowgate at 21.20 until 27 August.
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