The Witches of West Fife

Having fled the witchprickers of Fife and with the new king on a mission to spread witchhunting to England, Lilyan begs her friend Shakespeare not to include witches in his latest play. Meanwhile, Isobel, Mags and Janet – struggling with cloaks and fakes noses in a new production of Macbeth – wonder if this was a good way to mark turning 40 after all.

Featuring our client Kirstin McLean.

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Punocchio

For hundreds of years Pinocchio has been the liar. That’s just been his thing. He thought it made him cool. But now, in 2017 he’s realised that lying is nothing special, everybody’s at it- politicians, bankers, news reporters.

The games up. So Pinocchio is moving on and has decided that comedy is his thing and so he rebrands as Punocchio but still ends up in all sorts of trouble! Pun-ochio features Kirstin McLean and can be seen at Oran Mor from the 3rd – 22nd July.

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.

LIMMY LIVE!

Paul McCole and Kirstin McLean can be seen in LIMMY LIVE! at The Lowry, Manchester on Tuesday 13th September and The Eventim Apollo, London on Friday 16th.

Join Limmy as he presents Dee Dee live! Falconhoof live! Jacqueline live! And many more hilarious characters, as the BAFTA Award winner takes his sketches to our stage, following his sell out residency at Glasgow’s SECC earlier this year.

‘Undoubtedly the funniest and most original sketch comedy star of recent years’ The Guardian

‘A blisteringly original sketch performer’ Radio Times

Therese and Pierrette at Holy Angels

Wendy Seager, Kirstin McLean and Joanna Tope can be seen in a rehearsed reading of Thérèse and Pierrette at Holy Angels on Tuesday 27th September at 7.30pm in the Traverse Theatre.

Therese and Pierrette at Holy Angels is a play about friendship and truth, set in a Quebec convent school in the 1940s. This will be the second development of Molly Innes’ translation into Scots of Serge Denoncourt’s theatrical adaptation of Michel Tremblay’s novel which features a cast of 11 and will be directed by Lu Kemp.

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