Awards success for Frances Poet and National Theatre of Scotland
Frances Poet has ensured a successful start to 2019, after her play Gut was awarded Best New Play at the Writers Guild Awards last night.
• 2019 Season Announced For National Theatre Of Scotland
A thrilling and chilling trilogy of near-future plays staged in a Glasgow office block, the first stage adaptations of two best-selling works of Scottish literature, and a late-night theatrical event marking Scotland’s exit from the EU are all part of the upcoming season of work from the National Theatre of Scotland.
Eve to visit Brazil for first international performances
Jo Clifford’s heart-breaking autobiographical show from the National Theatre of Scotland, is hitting the road this month for two special performances. The show, a critical and audience hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017, will visit the Nairn Book & Arts Festival for a performance on 15th September before jetting off to Brazil for two special performances the following week.
Cast announced for final part of The 306 trilogy
The 306 Dusk, the third and final part of Oliver Emanuel and Gareth Williams’s powerful and profound First World War project, is set to begin rehearsals at Perth Theatre this month, and we are delighted to reveal the cast members for the trilogy’s elegiac conclusion.
Rockvilla welcomes visitors for Glasgow Doors Open Day
We’re very excited to be opening our doors to the public again this weekend, welcoming everyone in to our Rockvilla headquarters as part of the 2018 Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival. From 10am to 5pm on Saturday 15 September, visitors will have the chance to explore behind the scenes and enjoy a range of unique experiences and opportunities throughout the day.
New faces join National Theatre of Scotland Board of Directors
We are delighted to welcome three new appointees to our Board of Directors for 2018. Jean Cameron, Sheelagh Duffield, and Keiran O’Neill will join the organisation in September 2018.