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October 2009


Othello

Othello

Shakespeare’s great domestic tragedy puts his arch villain Iago under the spotlight. He’ll steal your money, poison your mind, laugh in your face, get you drunk and make you feel like the fool you are – and the worst thing is, you’ll end up thanking him for it.


Topdog / Underdog

Topdog / Underdog

Scottish premiere of the Pulitzer prize-winning play from African-American playwright, Suzan-Lori Parks.


Lend Me Your Ears

Lend Me Your Ears

Citizens Young Co. presented an evening of some of your favourite extracts from Shakespeare.


Singin’ I’m No A Billy, He’s A Tim

Singin’ I’m No A Billy, He’s A Tim

In Autumn 2009, NLP Theatre Company returned with their ever popular Old Firm comedy by Des Dillon.


To Be Frank

To Be Frank

Frankie Howerd and The Secret of Happiness. James Seabright & The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival presented a play about a British comedy great.


Leave to Remain

Leave to Remain

Teatro and The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival presented a warm-hearted and cathartic evening of theatre.


September 2009


The Pillowman

The Pillowman

XLC Theatre Company were brought back in 2009 by special invitation with their acclaimed version of The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh.


Museum of Dreams

Museum of Dreams

Welcome to an enchanted place built specially for small people with big imaginations. A multi-media visual feast for children.


Writing Workshops

Writing Workshops

This three session writing course will be led by Jeremy Raison.


The House of Bernarda Alba

The House of Bernarda Alba

The National Theatre of Scotland presented a major new version of Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba. Set in contemporary Scotland, Rona Munro's bristling, edgy translation featured Siobhan Redmond in the title role.


August 2009


The Last Witch

The Last Witch

The Edinburgh International Festival and Traverse Theatre Company present an exclusive Glasgow preview of a new play about the last woman to be executed for witchcraft in Scotland.


The Sound of My Voice

The Sound of My Voice

The Citizens takes its celebrated version of Ron Butlin’s novel to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009.


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