We are delighted to be heading to Strathpeffer Pavilion this month to celebrate Midsummer in true Shakespearian style!
Conference of the Faeries // Tue 21 June // 7pm // £12, £10
An outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” byThe Walking Theatre Company will be performed in the Pavilion Gardens later this month. Well behaved dogs are welcome, and fancy dress is optional! Tickets are on sale now via the Strathpeffer Pavilion’s Box Office (01997 420 124) and online – www.strathpefferpavilion.org
??The sun is shining brightly here at TWTC HQ, and it is inspiring us to look at new venues for our interactive Walking Theatre performances! Where would YOU like to join TWTC on an outdoor theatre adventure this Summer?
Oooh argh, TWTC fans! It’s that there #TheatreThursday, and to celebrate, we have a swashbuckling film to share with you from our time at the SPARC Supporting Performing Arts in Rural Communities Symposium in Haliburton, Canada, from earlier in this year! Join Jim ‘Lad’ Hawkins (Sadie Dixon-Spain), and the mad, bad, and slightly hairy Long John Silver (Colin Little) on an adventure across the pond, to uncover the hidden treasure…
What a few days it has been for TWTC! Super Spies in Dunoon, A Wonderland Adventure at Hill of Tarvit Mansion, MacBeth lurking at Dalmuir Park, hidden treasure & Long John Silver at Braemar Castle, and today, a ‘Braw’ time was had at Crathes Castle, Garden & Estate! What a fantastic time our acting teams have had – thanks for all your hard work guys and gals! Did you join us on any of our Walking Theatre adventures this weekend?
Happy Tuesday, TWTC fans! Our phone lines here at TWTC HQ are currently down following a dramatic thunder & lightening storm last night – but never fear, we are available online, so if you are trying to get in touch with us today, please email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Dont Panic! We are! Once again the TWTC server is down, so we have lost our website. Normal service will be resumed asap. e-mail works. Dont you just love business life in rural Scotland – Fibre optics…fantasy or fiction?
Pinch punch first of the month! Happy May, TWTC fans! We have yet another exciting month ahead in the world of Walking Theatre & Murder Mystery! Why not have a read of our Newsletter to catch up on where we have been, and where you can join us this month!
Today is the day our Artistic Director and In-House Playwright, Sadie Dixon-Spain, and Core Company Actor, Colin Little, jet off to Canada to attend, present, and perform at the Symposium for Performing Arts in Rural Communities (SPARC), hosted in the Hailburton Highlands, Ontario!
Safe travels from TWTC Towers, can’t wait to hear all about it!