THE ISLE OF LOVE opens this evening at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness for Right Lines Productions, starring Ross Allan, Amy McGregor and Kevin Lennon before touring Scotland until the 18th June.
The Isle of Love is a bittersweet tale of love, loss, recovery and discovery infused with the quirky lyrical genius of Adam Ross’ music.
The play addresses the beauty and restorative qualities of island life and also explores why people choose to visit, to remain, to depart and to return.Armchair Detectives – BBC One
From the comfort of armchairs in the studio, three amateur sleuths, they watch the drama play out as Mortcliff’s crack team of detectives make enquiries with the local residents. But in a show where everyone has a motive, it might prove harder to catch the culprit than you think. The Armchair Detectives are introduced to suspects, uncover vital clues and share their thoughts and theories as the story unfolds, before making their final accusation in a bid to win the golden magnifying glass trophy.
Featuring several of our BAA clients, watch the series every week day at quarter past 2 to find out WhoDunnit?Winter Wonders!
Experience the true magic of winter at Cumbernauld Theatre this Christmas, as they bring you a very special show created especially for wee ones under 5 – Winter Wonders: A Mini Musical – by the wonderful children’s theatre company The Letter J.
Winter is coming and Summer is not happy about it. Summer thinks Winter is just too cold. But with the arrival of The Mischief Maker, Summer goes on a journey to learn all about the wonderful things Winter has to offer…
With silly songs and scarves and of course plenty of snow, Summer comes to learn the true wonders of winter and all about the joys of celebrating Christmas.
Winter Wonders is a show guaranteed to warm the coldest of winters. Featuring Kevin Lennon, the run begins 8th December.
More information can be found here.Contesting the Spirit of Unity – Edinburgh International Festival
This event – in the form of readings and a panel discussion – examines the origin of the ‘culture wars’, an underappreciated part of the development of Edinburgh as a Festival City.
Supported by Edinburgh Trades Union Council and Scottish Trade Unions
Part of the International Festival and British Council season Spirit of ’47
Featuring Kevin Lennon,
Wednesday 16th August 2017 – The Space
Charlie Sonata, Royal Lyceum Theatre
CHARLIE SONATA opens on the 29th April, which stars Kevin Lennon and Kirstin McLean.
Chick arrives back in Scotland for a reunion with his old mates Gary and Jackson only to find Gary’s daughter has been the victim of a life-changing car accident. The antiseptic smell of the wards, the relentless beep of the life support and the sterile hospital bed contrast sharply in Chick’s eye with the young wild-haired girl lying there unconscious; inspiring this downtrodden man to embark on a quest to save her life.
With redemptive purpose Chick wades out into the city night and amidst the swaying revellers, the streetlights and the scream of sirens he searches for an answer – a gutter-bound dreamer looking at the stars.
Tickets are available on the Royal Lyceum website.Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?
Hurtling through the highs and lows of a volatile love affair, Caryl Churchill’s Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? explores one man’s relationship with America. In a world where the private and the public, sex and politics collide, what is the cost of our dependency on the Land of Freedom and Democracy?
Kevin Lennon and Simon Donaldson are performing as Dusty Springfield’s two band members in the new Play, Pie, Pint production DUSTY WON’T PLAY all this week.THE BROONS
Joyce Falconer and Kevin Lennon can be seen in Sell A Door’s touring production THE BROONS from Tuesday 27th September – Saturday 12th November
Award-winning Scottish playwright Rob Drummond brings the infamous characters Granpaw, Paw and Maw Broon, Hen and Joe, Daphne, Maggie, Horace, the Twins and the Bairn to life in a production filled with laughs, love and comic-strip visuals, all set to a Scottish soundtrack. This world first theatrical staging draws inspiration from the famous comic strip to bring you a brand new lively and fast paced tale… Can Maggie really, finally be getting married?! Return to Glebe Street, the But an’ Ben, and of course the Kirk to find out!
Directed by Andrew Panton. Full tour dates and venues here