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 is a timeless classic from one of the 20th century’s greatest playwrights, Arthur Miller (Death of a Salesman, A View from the Bridge), and is directed by Stellar Quines’ Artistic Director Jemima Levick (The Lover, Great Expectations, The Glass Menagerie).
The previews begin on 19th February and the run includes a post-show discussion with members of the cast and creative team following the evening performance on Tue 26 February.
TalkFest Perth is Playwrights’ Studio Scotland’s public celebration of new writing in Perth, and features a host of Brennan Artists in rehearsed readings and public rehearsals.
Firstly, Simon Macallum‘s new play in development, A Single Good Hour, will be performed script-in-hand and directed by Cross Trust Young Director Award recipient Shilpa T-Hyland. The cast features Alison Peebles, David Rankine, Antony Strachan, Stephanie McGregor and Natali McCleary.
Then, Deirdre Davis will be performing in an open rehearsal of Lesley Wilson’s Lips That Touch Liquor, directed by Brennan Artist, Peter Arnott. Set in Scotland at the beginning of the 20th century, Lips That Touch Liquor is a tale of love, loss and sacrifice and tells the story of one woman’s determination to improve the lot of her family and those around her.
A Single Good Hour – Thursday 25 October – 7.30pm – Perth Theatre
Lips That Touch Liquor – Friday 26 October – 2pm – Perth Theatre
For tickets and more information click here
The Story of the Little Gentleman
All the Little Gentleman wants is a friend…
A friend he can sit in the sun with and listen to the birds
A friend to walk with and share his cookies
But nobody seems to like the Little Gentleman and nobody wants to be his friend…
Featuring our client, Antony Strachan.
The tour which runs from the 22 September. Suitable for age 5 and above! More information can be found here.
Dr Stirlingshire’s Discovery
Antony Strachan can be seen in Dr Stirlingshire’s Discovery by Morna Pearson and presented by Grid Iron, Lung Ha Theatre Company, RZSS Edinburgh Zoo & Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh
Dr Vivien Stirlingshire is a cryptozoologist. Yes, that’s right, a cryptozoologist! She travels the world seeking out hidden and, as yet, undiscovered “animals” – the ones that they tell you aren’t really there – you know the type: the Yeti or that Loch Ness Monster.
Dr Stirlingshire is unveiling her latest discovery at the world famous RZSS Edinburgh Zoo. Her brother Henry, the Zoo Manager, has organised a grand welcoming party but really he believes his sister has an overactive imagination – “she’s not a proper scientist; after all she believes in The Wild Haggis, no really she does!”
This family friendly show takes you on a journey through RZSS Edinburgh Zoo, where you will meet various characters and forms of life, from squabbling Zoo guides to dancing penguins (not real ones of course) to…. Well, the truth is Dr Stirlingshire doesn’t know what to call it yet.
Suitable for ages 5+