We are delighted to share with you the news of our exciting new Walking Theatre historical piece, commissioned by Scottish Canals, which will delve into the past of the Caledonian Canal in Fort Augustus this July and August!
‘The Caledonian Canal significantly re-shaped lives and land in its forging and as a writer, I have been inspired by the journey through time, that the canal has taken me on. Momentous and epic are two words that spring to mind.’ – Sadie Dixon-Spain, Playwright and Artistic Director of The Walking Theatre Company shares her experience in delving into past of the Caledonian Canal, and writing this fantastic production.
Tickets for Waters of Time are available from the Caledonian Canal Centre, Fort Augustus. Performances held on 25–29 July and 1–5 August. Performance times: 11am, 12.15pm, 2pm, 3.15pm and, 4.30pm. Tickets £7 each, Under 5s free.
The Caledonian Canal Centre is open daily – grab and go and retail: 9am-5pm; café: 9am-4.30pm.
And finally lovely shots of our cast from ‘Rob Roy and the Lady’ performed at Loch Lomond Golf Club. With Sarah-Beth Brown, Robert Howat and filmed by Paul Darroch of Oak Tree Productions. Play written by Sadie Dixon-Spainof The Walking Theatre Company.
TWTC are thrilled to be a part of the 2014 Clan Lachlan Gathering, with two Walking Theatre productions over next weekend’s fantastic event! Join the Clan at Castle Lachlan, Strathlachlan, Argyll, for some traditional Scottish celebrations! For more information, visit http://2014maclachlangathering.com/chiefs-welcome/
Last night was quite possibly one of the wildest and wetest of the year yet the enthusiasm and the excitement of the record numbers of visitors to Glenbranter, poo pooing the driving rain and wild wind to celebrate Halloween, dressed as witches, wizards, skeletons, vampires to name but a few was a true testament to the commitment of all the teams that pulled together to create a magical night. As ever the Forestry team were superb, their hard work and commitment is a real asset, and the spooky lights and sounds provided by Tents and Events created a chilling atmosphere. Thank you to every one that came and everyone that helped make it so splendid – We loved it too.
The fun theatre walk on Sunday 13th September, 2-4pm is now FULLY BOOKED but we are running an extra walk due to demand at 10am – 12noon. You are sure to be entertained by the costumed characters who will lead you round the Wilson’s Ironworks and tell you all about how things are going. Booking is essential, please contact Emma Stewart for further information.
The Forestry Commission Scotland Ranger is available for guided walks and tours, and educational visits to the Ironworks for interested groups and individuals. Please get in touch with us to discuss your requirements.