We are thrilled to announce tickets for our DEBUT PERFORMANCE of our new Walking Theatre show ‘Hansel & Gretel’ are now on sale!
When? Sunday 3rd of July 2016
Where? Loch Lomond Shore
Tickets? For tickets visit Itison Glasgow by clicking here!
Delighted to be hearing from so many fantastic actors for our London based Core Company – keep those CV’s a-comin’!
The Walking Theatre Company is an award winning outdoor and site-responsive theatre Company based in Scotland, with Core Company branches based around the UK.
We are currently seeking a minimum of two strong, versatile, flexible experienced actors 1 male & 1 female, to join our London Company for bookings over 2016/17 (paid).
Our work is predominantly outdoor, using the TWTC methodology (training will be given), so strong voice and presence and a robust attitude to the outdoors is a must. To see full information on our work, visit www.TheWalkingTheatreCompany.com.
Rehearsal week 2nd – 6th May: Auditions week 25th April:
In the first instance please e-mail your CV and headshot/ spotlight pin to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mamma Mia Murder Mystery on the 5th of December 2015
Join our Wickedly Wonderful Murder Mystery Crew as they head to the fantastic Eight Acres Hotel in Elgin for a Gangster Massacre this festive season! Good food, great company, and a dinner-theatre experience to remember!!
Find out more and book by visiting the Eight Acres Hotel Website http://www.crerarhotels.com/eight-acres-hotel-leisure-club/breaks/murder-mystery-break-dec-2015.
Look forward to SPOOKING you there!
Sunday see’s TWTC’s Creative Director, Sadie Dixon-Spain, heading to London’s magnificent Kew Gardens to join Culture Creative Crew as they get ready for the big Electric Light Show! It’s gonna be a busy week… 🙂
Find out more about this years #ChristmasAtKew event by visiting: http://www.kew.org/visit-kew-gardens/whats-on/christmas-at-kew-2015
TWTC’s Artistic Director and In-House Playwright, Sadie Dixon-Spain, was awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in the Tam O’Shanter ReBoot Competition 2014 for ‘The Alloway Rap’ – a play for voices Sadie created, inspired by the great Bard‘s work ‘Tam O’Shanter’.
The play has been performed by the pupils of Kilmodan Primary School, and by Forehill Primary School who performed as part of the 2014 Alloway 1759 Celebrations! With Burns Night this weekend, why not treat yourself to a copy of ‘The Alloway Rap’ book! Available online through the Scottish Laird website:http://scottishlaird.com/?wpsc_product_category=gifts-2