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Miss Lindsay’s Love In Lockdown

Written and performed by Maria MacDonell With Georgina MacDonell Finlayson and Alan Finlayson Length: 16 minutes Miss Lindsay’s Love in Lockdown is a short film about secrets, long concealed. What would you do? Would you tell? This is a film about a secret box of...

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Digging It

Digging It A new online Doric radio drama series by Euan Martin and Dave Smith Produced by North East Arts Touring Professor Bell has spent his career unearthing archaeological secrets, but one fabled artifact remains undiscovered: the Rhynie Quine's...

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RAPTURE Mini Bites

On World Theatre Day, Rapture Theatre launched Rapture Mini Bites a series of online, bite-sized performances. Every Friday they will publish online performances of a reading, speech, poem, song or dance routine! The series will be curated by Rapture’s Co-Artistic...

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Morrison’s Van – LOCKDOWN

By Euan Martin and Dave Smith Right Lines Productions Dod Morrison has been serving his local community in his mobile shop for decades. The 2020 lockdown has brought his retirement plans forward, until his former assistant Katrina pays him a visit.  She points out...

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Play Dates

A NEW EIGHT WEEK ONLINE INTERACTIVE PROGRAMME FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. National Theatre of Scotland in association with leading children’s arts organisations Starcatchers and Imaginate connects with families at home during the COVID-19 crisis. Play Dates is a fun...

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Sciences for Survival

CREATIVITY CONTINUES… FROM HOME, FOR NOW. Scenes for Survival is a new season of digital short artworks, created in association with BBC Scotland, Screen Scotland, BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine project and Scotland’s leading theatre venues and companies, with...

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Too Many Penguins?

Ages 1 - 4 A Frozen Charlotte and Macrobert Arts Centre Co-Production We are delighted to share this online version of our beautiful book inspired by our show Too Many Penguins? Complete with the voices of Penguina (Nicola Jo Cully), Mr Polaro (Samuel Jameson), music...

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