Set in a small Scottish town, where a lack of prospects leaves the young people looking for more, Salmon follows Angus and his self-destruction in the aftermath of his dog's death. As Angus struggles between the weekend raves and weekday restlessness, we are swept along into a world where dogs run security businesses, flies talk, and nothing is quite what it seems. Salmon blends spoken word, music and surrealism to ask of its audience: why is it so hard to admit you're not okay?
Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Powder Room. Venue 20