Adventures with the Painted People is a compelling story about love and culture, set on the banks of the River Tay in the vicinity of Pitlochry, 2000 years ago
“Pantomime is something very dear to me and I absolutely love it! I’ve played both goodies and baddies over the years and I thrive on the feedback I receive from family audiences.”
Tonight for the first time at 8pm (and available on the site throughout the week) Cirque present an hour long highlights show of their very special One Night For One Drop, the event for international water foundation One Drop.
“When we and CARBON: Imagineering started on the project of making digital live performance via mobile phones easy and low cost, we had no idea how urgent that might feel right now.”
Crongton Knights takes its audience on a night of madcap adventure as McKay and his friends ‘The Magnificent Six’ encounter the dangers and triumphs of a mission gone awry.
The Good Book will be the first production for the newly formed Leeds People’s Theatre and is produced by Slung Low with the support of Leeds 2023.
Regal Entertainments Ltd have created a free online Pantomime for all the family to enjoy, and what better fairy-tale to be presented during a lock-down than that of a young girl locked up in a tower?
Hope Mill Theatre is staging an online concert featuring West End stars, celebrating the much-loved music from legendary songwriting duo Rodgers + Hammerstein, on Sunday 26th April at 7pm.
“The River Tay is 117 miles long. It possesses some of the most spiritual, exciting and inspiring stories. It is the compelling River Highway that everyone crosses at some point.