The Walking Theatre Company is delighted to be performing at the stunning Blenheim Palace this Festive Season, for the 2016 #ChristmasAtBlenheim event!
The estate will be illuminated for an unforgettable after dark festive trail along winding paths, beside tranquil waters and through extraordinary Parkland. A spectacular site-specific Christmas production has been created by TWTC’s very own Sadie Dixon-Spain, and we are thrilled to once again be working with our fantastic friends at Culture Creature.
With rehearsals well underway, we would like to introduce you to our first ever Christmas at Blenheim Cast! We are delighted to welcome Alexandra Ford, Owen Frost, Gavin Moore, and Bethany Goodman to team TWTC – and what a elf-tacular bunch they are!
Come along and visit the magical Christmas Wonderland at Blenheim this Festive Season – running from 25th November ’til the 2nd of January! ??
Find out more: by visiting http://www.blenheimpalace.com/
The Murderous Walking Theatre Company crew are kickstarting this weekend on the beautiful island of Raasay, for a HIGHLAND WEDDING like no other! Delighted to be bringing our fun-filled Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre to the island – big thanks to the Raasay Community Association (Comann Muinntir Ratharsair) for inviting us!
The Walking Theatre Company are thrilled to be heading off on tour this October to the Highlands and Islands, bringing BOTH our Walking Theatre and Murder Mystery events with us!
We still have a few dates left for our tour, and are looking to connect with venues, community trusts, village halls, promoters, hotels, restaurants, village halls, theatres…who may be interested in booking a TWTC show!
Where would YOU like to join TWTC on an adventure this October?
Contact Alana at TWTC HQ to find out more: email@example.com
Munchkins needed at Ebba Centre and Old School Cafe on Thursday 21st of July for a Wiz Around Oz!
Ebba Centre & St Abbs Visitor Centre
Adult £5, Child £3, Family (2 adult + 2 child) £12
To book, tel: 018907 71557
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!
** M U R D E R M Y S T E R Y K L A X O N **
*Brand New Murder Mystery Weekend Debuting July 2016! *
*Resistance is in the air, as the soldiers march into town. Step back in time to German occupied France, for a rip-roaring ‘listen very carefully, I shall say zis only once’ “Allo, Allo,” Tribute Murder Mystery Weekend!*
*Join the hunt for the Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies and look out for Herr Flick. Listen very carefully as, simply everyone has something to hide! *
*Murder Mystery weekend at The Argyll Hotel in Dunoon. Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre performance commences on Friday 15th of July, concluding on Saturday 16th of July. A fantastic fun-filled weekend ‘doon the watter’!*
*Contact the hotel directly for more details, and to book!
Call 01369 702 059 TODAY!
… TWTC HQ is based in the glorious grounds of Dunans Castle – Home of the Scottish Laird Project in Glendaruel, Argyll? We LOVE being based in such a beautiful location – breathtaking scenery always provides inspiration, especially on a sunny day like today!
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
‘Love and marriage, love and marriage, they go together like a Murder Mystery….‘
You are cordially invited to attend the (wickedly wonderful) wedding of
Jamie Lamont to Mary Campbell
on Saturday the 28th of May 2016
at the glorious Atholl Palace Hotel & Spa | Pitlochry, Perthshire!