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New Show Launches at the Caledonian Canal


We are delighted to share with you the news of our exciting new Walking Theatre historical piece, commissioned by Scottish Canals, which will delve into the past of the Caledonian Canal in Fort Augustus this July and August!

‘The Caledonian Canal significantly re-shaped lives and land in its forging and as a writer, I have been inspired by the journey through time, that the canal has taken me on. Momentous and epic are two words that spring to mind.’ – Sadie Dixon-Spain, Playwright and Artistic Director of The Walking Theatre Company shares her experience in delving into past of the Caledonian Canal, and writing this fantastic production.

Tickets for Waters of Time are available from the Caledonian Canal Centre, Fort Augustus.
Performances held on 25–29 July and 1–5 August.
Performance times: 11am, 12.15pm, 2pm, 3.15pm and, 4.30pm.
Tickets £7 each, Under 5s free.

The Caledonian Canal Centre is open daily – grab and go and retail: 9am-5pm; café: 9am-4.30pm.

The Walking Theatre Company proudly introduce our ‘Waters In Time’ cast: Alfie WellcoatEuan Cuthbertson, and in her debut Walking Theatre role, Innes Anderson.

Thank you to Scottish Field for sharing this article which you can read by clicking here.

SHOW: Hansel & Gretel @ Loch Lomond Shores, 03rd July 2016

*H A N S E L  a n d  G R E T E L*
at Loch Lomond Shores
Saturday, 3rd of July 2016 @ 14:00hrs

The Walking Theatre Company proudly presents ‘Fairy Tales Walking’, our 2016 season at Loch Lomond Shores. Productions created by Argyll playwright, Sadie D.Spain.

*Hansel & Gretel, lost and sad.*
*A Wicked Witch, who’s aw’fy bad.*
*Into the woods, a tale to tell;*
*Magic, danger, and a fairy spell…*

Tickets: https://www.itison.com/Glasgow/events/hansel-and-gretel-loch-lomond-shores

A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Strathpeffer!

What a fantastic evening we had last night at Strathpeffer Pavilion, celebrating the Summer Solstice with a Walking Theatre performance of ‘Conference of the Faeries – our interactive, outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

HUGE THANKS to Strathpeffer Pavilion for inviting us to perform in their beautiful gardens – we look forward to returning in October 2016 for a spot of spooky Halloween Murder Mystery!

Cast List:

Rebecca Bloom – Annie Fairbottom
Sadie Dixon-Spain – Puck
Steph Falls – Titania
Colin Little – Oberon

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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
Time? 14:00hrs
Tickets? For tickets visit Itison Glasgow by clicking here!

SHOW REVIEW: Mamma Mia Murder Mystery

**  S H O W   R E V I E W **


A huge THANK YOU to Katrina Bell for leaving us a 5 ?? review of our ‘Mamma Mia Murder Mystery’, which we performed as part of her Mum’s birthday celebrations last weekend!

Read all about it!

A great article in the Diss Express regarding our performance of ‘Wiz Around Oz’ in Harleston this weekend – part of our Norfolk & Suffolk tour!http://www.dissexpress.co.uk/what-s-on/on-the-move-1-6577236 

#Theatre #WalkingTheatre #OutdoorTheatre #Touring #OnTour#ScottishTheatre #EnglishTour #Norfolk #Suffolk

Your Country Needs STEW!

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/

TWTC’s first 2014 performance in Canada!

TWTC’s first 2014 Canadian performance gets underway tonight, as Sadie Dixon-Spain and Colin Little perform “S’misa MacBeth” at the Open Stage evening to open the Symposium of Performing Arts in Rural Communities (SPARC) !


We can’t wait to share our unique brand of interactive Scottish Walking Theatre with our Canadian performing arts colleagues!


Thar be treasure found in Helensburgh!

110 brave pirates joined our braw cabin boy, Jim ‘lad’ Hawkins on an intrepid (and somewhat muddy!) adventure across Treasure Island on Sunday 20th October.



TWTC were delighted to be invited back this year to perform at Duchess Wood as a part of Scottish Mental Health Month 2013. Our fabulous acting team, Rebecca Bloom, Sadie Dixon-Spain, and Colin Little, led our merry audience through the beautiful wilds of Duchess Wood, where a lot of pirate fun was had!



Many thanks to the Friends of Duchess Wood for inviting us back – look forward to walking with you all again soon! Ooo Arr!