A Night By The River Tay – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Directed by Amy Liptrott ★★★ Oh, the stories these waters could tell – from strife, famine and war to heartache and eternal lovers, the River Tay trickles a life force through the nation. The promised conclusion of the unique Shades of Tay project, which ran as digital audio productions, returns to the land for select performances overlooking … Continue reading A Night By The River Tay – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Adventures with the Painted People – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Written by David Greig Directed by Elizabeth Newman ★★★★ ‘Biodh gaol agad orm, tha gaol agam ort’. It’s how all the best love stories go, isn’t it? A connection forged through differences and gradual discovery. That and awakening tied within the House of the Dead. Previously David Greig’s acclaimed audio production Adventures with the Painted People compelled … Continue reading Adventures with the Painted People – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Ghosts – National Theatre Scotland

https://youtu.be/imsXlSV-Ytg Written & Directed by Adura Onashile ★★★★ Surrounding the Merchant City, a construct name for an area of Glasgow, once Scotland’s centre of economics and culture, are the skeletons of its cruel and absent-minded past. A city constructed on the foundations of slavery, these frames are not the bones of the nameless men, women and … Continue reading Ghosts – National Theatre Scotland

Jennie Lee: Tomorrow is a New Day – Rehearsed Reading

Written by Matthew Knights Directed by Emma Lynne Harley ★★★ Fife’s best-kept secret, and no it isn’t The Secret Bunker - from Lochgelly to Lords (House of), Jennie Lee was a working-class girl from Fife, best known for working her way through the Labour party into becoming the first Minister for the Arts, and eventual … Continue reading Jennie Lee: Tomorrow is a New Day – Rehearsed Reading

Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard

Book, Music & Lyrics: Shonagh Murray Featuring works by Robert Burns Girls sent away from their Fathers, widows sitting in the shadows of their husbands and a mistress hiding her adoration, knowing to reveal her history would ruin her – there is little wonder women fashion themselves an armour. Rabbie Burns, epitome of lyrical writing, … Continue reading Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard