Angela Darcy and Harry Ward can be seen in MACK THE KNIFE by Morag Fullarton from Monday 13th — Saturday 18 June 2016 at Oran Mor, Glasgow
Berlin, the late 1920’s… a time of decadence, despair and joie de vivre. A young Jewish composer, Kurt Weill, meets his muse , singer Lotte Lenya and falls in love. He collaborates with playwright Bertolt Brecht on what they both consider a ‘bit of a potboiler’, but the rehearsals are fraught with disaster and the production destined to fail. A creative row triggers the last minute inclusion of a hurriedly composed song and the show becomes a resounding success. As ‘Threepenny Opera’ delights audiences across Europe, a new barbarism is erupting which will force the city’s thriving artistic community to scatter and change everyone’s lives forever.
Showing as part of the Glasgow Film Festival in a gala screening, Tell It To The Bees was filmed in Scotland and features BAA’s Tori Burgess. When mill worker Lydia (Holliday Grainger) is…Read More
BAA’s Stephen Clyde tours this month in Comar’s production of The Electrifying Mr Johnston by Robert Dawson Scott. The play is the story of Tom Johnston, one of Scotland’s great…Read More
BAA’s Annie Grace will perform with multiple Grammy Award winner Sting in his musical, The Last Ship, in its six-week engagement in Toronto. Playing trade minister Baroness Tynedale, Annie takes the stage at the…Read More
The 15th Annual Glasgow Film Festival runs from 20 February to 3 March and closes with UK premiere of Brian Welsh’s Beats, the film adaptation of Scottish playwright Kieran Hurley’s…Read More
A music and theatre spectacle, The Dark Carnival features sixteen performers and musicians, including BAA’s Natali McCleary, Ramesh Meyyappan, and Harry Ward. The show tells the story of newcomers to the…Read More
Dundee Rep Ensemble’s production of All My Sons opens in February and features Brennan Artists Barrie Hunter and Antony Strachan. A gripping story of a family in crisis, All My Sons…Read More