“Over hill, over dale,
Thorough bush, thorough brier,
Over park, over pale,
Thorough flood, thorough fire, I do wander everywhere,”
Celebrate our National Bard’s Day in style, with TWTC and Fishers Hotel Pitlochry! A Burns Night Murder will be taking place at this fantastic venue on Saturday, 23rd of January, so why not come along for a murderously good night out! Dinner-theatre only and dinner-theatre/accommodation options available! Contact the hotel directly to book your wickedly wonderful Rabbie Burns night out, today! Call 01796 472 000 or visit http://www.fishershotelpitlochry.com/Murder-Mystery-Nights/51-48/
Happy July, TWTC fans! What a beautiful sunny Wednesday to kickstart a new month! Rehearsals are in full swing at TWTC HQ this week, as our team prepare for their weekend adventures to the Isle of Raasay, and to the beautiful village of Glenelg!
Catch TWTC perform on the Isle of Raasay on Friday 3rd of July at 14:00hrs, for a spot of ‘Treasure Island’, and then there is set to be a ‘Conference of the Faeries’ (Midsummer Nights Dream) on Saturday 4th of July @ 12:30hrs at Glenelg Village Hall! Two fantastic shows in two brand new venues! We are EXCITED! Now, back to rehearsing!
Join us on the beautiful Isle of Raasay on Friday, 3rd of July, as we search for the hidden treasure, in an interactive Walking Theatre production of ‘Treasure Island’! Tickets available from the Raasay Community Association (Comann Muinntir Ratharsair) – information on the attached poster below!
See you there, me hearties!
TWTC are heading to Pitlochry Festival Theatre this Summer, and we couldn’t be more excited! Why not join us in beautiful Highland Perthshire for a spot of interactive, outdoor, theatre!
We’ll be performing in the Explorers Garden – tickets available by contacting Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s box office on 01796 484 626 – see you there!
Dates for your diary below!
Scottish High Tea – Saturday 21st of June
The White Rabbit’s Treasure Hunt – 19th of July
Macbeth’s Way – 23rd of August
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
#DidYouKnow 2015 is the Year of Food and Drink in Scotland, so what better time to book a spot of foodie theatre, with TWTC’s Flying Kitchens! Choose from a variety of themes, including ‘Your Country Needs Stew (WWI)’, ‘Keep Calm & Curry On (WWII)’, ‘The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’, and ‘Poetry Kitchen’ – theatre and food, what a perfect addition to any event!
Contact us today to find out more, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling us on 01369 820 115.