List of Events

  1. Imaginate Ideas Exchange

    An evening of new works-in-progress for young audiences by artists based in Scotland, presented by Imaginate in partnership with Traverse Theatre.

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  2. Mouthpiece

    Made at Traverse By Kieran Hurley

    Salisbury Crags. Twilight. A woman takes a step forward into the air. A teenage boy pulls her back. Two lives are changed forever.

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  3. Tandem Writing Collective: Play Readings

    By Amy Hawes, Jennifer Adam & Mhairi Quinn

    Tandem features tasters of topical new scripts by Amy Hawes, Jennifer Adam and Mhairi Quinn. Performed script-in-hand by the best local actors and featuring talented new directors.

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  4. Pride Plays: 1

    Pride Plays are back and continuing to give the stage to voices of the LGBTQI+ community.

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  5. Pride Plays: 2

    Pride Plays are back and continuing to give the stage to voices of the LGBTQI+ community.

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  6. Antigone, Interrupted

    By Joan Clevillé

    Choreographer Joan Clevillé presents an intimate solo work in his first creation as Artistic Director of Scottish Dance Theatre, together with acclaimed performer Solène Weinachter.

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  7. Home is Not the Place

    By Annie George

    A poetic, poignant show by award-winning writer Annie George, contrasting the remarkable story of her grandfather with her own, as an immigrant in the UK.

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  8. Nan Shepherd: Howling at the Machine

    By Erlend Clouston

    An animated lecture on Nan Shepherd, the remarkable author of The Living Mountain - the first female writer to appear on a British banknote.

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  9. We Are In Time

    By Pamela Carter

    Through song, music and words, one of Scotland’s most forward-thinking theatre-makers joins the pioneering string orchestra to tell the extraordinary story of a transplanted heart, from giver to receiver.

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  10. The Secret Garden

    Adapted by Rosalind Sydney

    Join Red Bridge Arts – and Mary – on a journey filled with secrets, mystery and unexpected friendships adapted from one of the great classics of children’s literature.

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  11. Maim

    Le/By Alasdair C. Whyte & Cast

    Maim ('panic' in Gàidhlig) is a call to action for those who care deeply about the connection between their land and language.

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  12. NT Connections 2020

    The National Theatre Connections festival is a celebration of young people, theatremaking and the importance of access to the arts.

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