Amazing time performing ‘Live & Let Spy’ at Pitlochry Festival Theatre tonight. The staff there were excellent and all made our crazy crew so very, very welcome and as for our audience, speechless darlings, you made our night, costumes, innuendo, and Lady Lulu got carried away, quite literally by an awfy nice spy named Chris. See you all again soon!
Team TWTC Spy are at Pitlochry Festival Theatre this Sat, Lulu, Ivor and Co head off to do their worst. See you there…
21st Nov – Live & Let Spy – Murder Mystery Evening
@ Pitlochry Festival Theatre. For tickets, call 01796 484 626
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 are delighted to be heading along to Mansfield Park in Glasgow on the 20th of June to perform our 1970’s Flying Kitchen as part of the Partick Housing Association‘s Community Festival! Dig out those bell-bottoms and come along to our retro kitchen, for a very tasty blast to the past!!
Find out more by visiting http://www.partickha.org.uk/latest-news/event/pha-community-festival/
#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 email@example.com, or calling us on 01369 820 115.
If you fancy stepping back to 1918, to discover what life was like in the kitchens of World War One, then join our braw two, Chef Alice McKerrow and Actress Steph Falls, at the Kirkintilloch Canal Festival – Today between 12:00hrs-16:00hrs, at Peel Park! Fabulous food & terrific theatre – what more could you want for a Sunday in the park! Visithttp://www.kirkintillochcanalfestival.org/ for more info!
What a busy weekend we have in store here at The Walking Theatre Company!
Saturday 23rd of August, will see our Commonwealth Kitchen pop-up at the Partick Growing Project’s Open Day on Purden Street! Come along and join our merry two, and divulge in some tasty Commonwealth treats too! http://www.partickha.org.uk/latest-news/open-day-at-the-growing-project-2/
On Sunday 24th of August, we have two very different, but equally fantastic shows to tempt you with this weekend!
Conference of the Faeries – A Walking Theatre adaption of William Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer Nights Dream’ – Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch. Show time 15:00hrs. Tickets are still available, but going fast! Visit https://www.itison.com/Glasgow/events/a-midsummer-night-s-dream-adaptation–2 for booking!
Your Country Needs Stew! Join TWTC’s World War One Flying Kitchen at the Kirkintilloch Canal Festival in Peel Park, for a spot of nostalgia, and taste some tasty rationing inspired treats! Alice & Stephanie will be there flying the TWTC flag, and bringing a smile to your face through recipes from the past! For more info visit http://www.kirkintillochcanalfestival.org/index.html
Pack Up Your Troubles, and head to Peel Park on Sunday 24th of August, and join TWTC at the Kirkintilloch Canal Festival as we perform ‘Your Country Needs Stew!’ – our interactive, and deliciously delightful World War One themed Flying Kitchen! From trench food and field kitchens, serving up bully beef, turnip bread and sandbag mess, to the daily food of the British worker once rationing began, come along and try some tastes from the past, to bring a smile to your face!
To find out more, visit http://www.kirkintillochcanalfestival.org/
This afternoon, our gals from the Ministry of Food can be found at Campsie Care Home in Kirkintilloch, for a very special Flying Kitchen event for the residents – tastes from the past to bring smiles to faces! We love using our unique style of theatre to engage and connect with audiences, and provide an unforgettable experience for all!