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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...read more
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...read more
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...read more
creative activities for young and old
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...read more
Suitable for everyone aged 4+ (although younger children are sure to enjoy getting involved in the 'Formula Making' elements!) How to grow a Dinosaur Scientists Professor Dave and Professor Heather have harnessed the power of digital technology (kind of...) to bring...read more
We would like to thank Screen Memories Scotland for sharing this quiz with us. The answers are on a separate sheet so you can download and take the quiz yourself or quiz others at home, over video or even on the phone. Please feel free to download the quiz and share...read more
we really appreciate your support
We are extremely grateful to those of you who have continued to support our work by not requesting ticket refunds.
Our funders have been supportive of our ambition to deliver an alternative programme during this difficult and lonely time of social-distancing.
As a charity, our focus is on your well-being and the welfare of your community, as far as possible our online events and activities will be free to everyone.
The livelihoods of artists will be jeopardised due to this cruel virus, as a publicly funded charity we think it is vital that we continue to support artists through our live online programme.
However, to continue our work at a time when box office income has ceased will be extremely challenging. If you are able to support us with a kind donation, we and the artists we support, will be greatly appreciative.
Image – line up from left to right: Line one: Sophie Amono, Barry Church-Woods, Professor Doris Ruth Eikhof, Michael Fellowes Line two: Lewis Hou, Ashe Hussain, Cate Ross, Fadzai Mwakutuya Line three: Jim Muotune, Kerieva McCormick, Kirin Saeed and Miss Annabel Sings...
Hands Up For Trad launch Say a Gaelic Phrase Day for Languages Week Scotland Hands Up For Trad are set to launch the organisation’s...
The Scottish Book Trust has announced the 11 recipients of the New Writers Awards 2021, which provide a selection of talented writers who have not yet published a full-length book or collection with professional guidance to help them move towards publication, as well...
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