Spring comedy - tickets on sale now!

With the boards still warm from the one-act play evenings, the cast of 'Bawbees and Ducats' has leapt on to the stage for the last few weeks of rehearsal before our doors open once again on 1st May. Written by Alan Richardson and directed by Lorna Flisch, this full-length play blends wry Scottish humour with the improvised style of traditional Italian comedy to produce a hilarious brew. The setting is a 17th century Venetian Inn. Lucietta, the tempestuous landlady, has set her sights on one of her guests, Angus Nairn, an exiled Scottish Laird. But with his dour reserve and her Latin temperament, the chances of a romance seem remote until the arrival of a runaway wife with a sad story, follow

Two trophies for FADS but no big win this time...

The 'Mrs G' team is hugely disappointed to report that we didn't make it through to the SCDA Scottish Final. We were pleased with our performance, but the competition in Edinburgh was fierce. However, we did pick up the trophy for Best Stage Presentation, in recognition of our beautifully cluttered box set, running water and clearing of surfaces as the play went on. So, well done to Paul Anderson, Ian Turner and team for all the hammering, screwing, rigging, tinkering & tweaking. Denver with the trophy for Best Stage Presentation (photo: Walter Hampson) Ian and Co. will now get on with prepping ‘Mrs G’ for its next airings – firstly in the East Kilbride RepFest, taking place in early May, fo


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