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SHOW: Wiz Around Oz @ Ebba Centre, St Abbs, 21st July 2016

Munchkins needed at Ebba Centre and Old School Cafe on Thursday 21st of July for a Wiz Around Oz!

Ticket Info:
Ebba Centre & St Abbs Visitor Centre
Adult £5, Child £3, Family (2 adult + 2 child) £12
To book, tel: 018907 71557

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SHOW: Conference of the Faeries @ Strathpeffer Pavilion, 21st June 2016

“Over hill, over dale,
Thorough bush, thorough brier,
Over park, over pale,
Thorough flood, thorough fire,
I do wander everywhere,”


**Join The Walking Theatre Company at Strathpeffer Pavilion tomorrow, 21st of June 2016, as we perform The Conference of the Faeries, our Walking Theatre adaptation of William Shakespeare‘s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.**

The performance will take place in the Pavilion Gardens. Well behaved dogs are welcome, and fancy dress is optional! Tickets are still available via the Strathpeffer Pavilion’s Box Office (01997 420 124) and onlinehttp://strathpefferpavilion.org/.


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!

Thar be pirates in Arrrrrgh-gyll!

Ahoy, me hearties! Thar be treasure hidden in Lochgoilhead, and we be needing braw, brave pirates to join the adventure to uncover the hidden treasure! Meet Jim ‘Lad’ Hawkins on Sunday 29th of March in Lochgoilhead at 2pm…and keep an eye out for Long John Silver! This performance has been supported by Argyll Voyageur Canoes, and funded by Health and Wellbeing Argyll.

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Tour: Performance today in Harleston!

Join TWTC this afternoon for a ‘Wiz Around Oz’ as our touring production heads to Harleston’s Future, Norfolk!


This Friday – a fun event for everyone to enjoy. Come and take a walk around Harleston with Dorothy and help her find her little dog Toto, the Cowardly Lion, Tin Man and Scarecrow in this re-imagining of the Wizard of Oz. Tickets available from Town Living. 2pm start.

Tour Starts TODAY!

Today is the day! Today The Walking Theatre Company proudly kick start our Norfolk and Suffolk tour!!! ‘Wiz Around Oz’ is taking place right now in Hadleigh, with a ‘Fawlty Towers Tribute Murder Mystery’ taking place this evening in Thetford! Continuing for 5 fun-filled theatre days around Norfolk & Suffolk! Woohoo! Scottish Walking Theatre ON TOUR!!! 

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The Skeleton Bride on TOUR!

Our brand new for 2014 Halloween show, ‘The Skeleton Bride’, is heading to Forestry Commission Scotland site Glenbranter Friday 31st of October, and then to Loch Lomond Shores on Saturday 1st November! Dress for the weather, bring a torch, and walk with TWTC on a spooooooooky outdoor adventure!! 

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A ‘Conference of the Faeries’ at Loch Lomond Shores!

A magical adventure on a Hen Party like no other, yesterday afternoon, Sunday 24th August, at Loch Lomond Shores! The sun peeked through the clouds for our ‘Conference of the Faeries’, and what a wonderful time we had!
Check out some photos from the performance here – TWTC’s Conference of the Faeries – Photo Album by Loch Lomond Shores.
We have just been sent this fantastic post from our friends at Loch Lomond Shores who shared a wonderful review of yesterday’s Walking Theatre performance of ‘Conference of the Faeries’, A Midsummer Nights Dream adaption! Many thanks to our lovely audience member who shared such kind words – and thanks to all our audience members who made the performance so much fun!

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Just had this lovely review from a visitor who attended the Adaptation of a Midsummer Night’s Dream at Loch Lomond Shores yesterday. A massive thank you to you guys.
“Great afternoon with walking theatre company. Everyone enjoyed themselves and it was good to see children experiencing a taste of Shakespeare . Great introduction for them to the classics.WTC worked very hard and we would certainly come to see them again. Wonderful entertainment is a spectacular setting.”