We are very proud of the quality of our work and commitment of our talented actors, and our audiences are too! Feedback from this weekends Theatre Murder Mystery show, with Stephanie Falls, Beag Horn and John Love. Well done guys, and thank you!
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/
Have you got a celebration to plan for in 2016? Why not celebrate in style with a wickedly wonderful Murder Mystery party! From Gangsters to Super Spies, a Clan battle to an evening at a Fawlty Towers Tribute! Contact us today to find out more, and book today! Call 01369 820 115, and email email@example.com
And off we go to Rouken Glen Park ‘Armed Forces Day’ with our flying kitchen ‘Keep Calm and Curry On’. Chef Alice McKerrow, and TWTC’s big boss lady Sadie Dixon-Spain, will be out in force – come along, say hello, and delve into some delicious tasty treats!
The Walking Theatre Company are thrilled to be performing once again as part of ‘Alloway 1759’, celebrating the life and times of our National Bard, Mr Robert Burns! TWTC will be performing ‘A Christening, Dear Robert’, and will be joined by Forehill Primary School for a spot of modern day Rabbie, in ‘The Alloway Rap’! Both works are exclusive to TWTC, and have been written by our very own Artistic Director & in-house playwright, Sadie Dixon-Spain!
Visit www.alloway1759.com to find out more about the Burns Celebrations – and be sure join TWTC in Alloway on Saturday 26th January
Whilst the office and the Company Dog quietly snooze, plans are in the making. The Alloway Rap, has been re-drafted, all ready for the Alloway 1759 Celebrations at the end of this month, where TWTC will be joined by a fantastically talented local primary school, all to be revealed, next week…