Bank of Scotland Pioneering Partnership
Pioneering Partnership connects Bank of Scotland and the National Theatre of Scotland in a relationship across a wide range of the National Theatre of Scotland's programme over two years, 2011 and 2012.
The partnership will reach into communities across Scotland through productions, workshops and events particularly in the area of supporting creativity and emerging talent.
This year, Bank of Scotland Pioneering Partnership will support:
- Appointment with The Wicker Man by Greg Hemphill and Donald McLeary, directed by Vicky Featherstone. Touring February and March, then Edinburgh Festival Fringe August 2012.
- The Guid Sisters by Michal Tremblay in Scots translation by Bill Findlay – a co-production with the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, October 2012
- Small scale tour of The Monster in the Hall & Yellow Moon, by David Greig and directed by Guy Hollands. October and November 2012
- New Directors Programme – application based programme for three young directors to work with established theatre directors for a ten-week placement
- Emerging Artists - invitation based programme for four talented artists to create or develop new theatre
Bank of Scotland are also supporting Emerge which sees National Theatre of Scotland’s New Directors and Emerging Artists share their experiences in a new series of events showcasing their work in progress.