Cora Bissett and David Greig’s life-affirming, song-filled Scottish drama, Glasgow Girls goes on tour in 2019, and features two Brennan Artists – Chiara Sparkes and Stephanie McGregor.
The show is based on the true story of seven feisty teenagers, whose lives change forever when their school friend and her asylum-seeking family are forcibly taken from their home to be deported. The young women are galvanised to take a stand and fight for the life of their friend and, ultimately, for the rights of all children of asylum-seekers.
15-19 Jan 2019 – Glasgow King’s Theatre Tickets
23-26 Jan 2019 – Edinburgh King’s Theatre Tickets
30 Jan – 3 Feb 2019 – Perth Theatre Tickets
7-9 Feb 2019 – Inverness Eden Court TicketsTalkFest Perth
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
Where’s Lulu? Play, Pie and a Pint
Two of our BAA clients, Romana Abercromby and Stephanie McGregor will be appearing in Play Pie and a Pint’s “Where’s Lulu?” beginning 30th April.
With a number one in America and a TV series in the UK, at 20 Lulu is a global star. But has she lost herself in an image others have created for her? Preparing to sing a song she hates at the 1969 Eurovision song contest, she relives events that got her there and decides she has to take control.
More information can be found here.Beauty & The Beast – The Byre Theatre
Panto fever has already begun at the Byre and they are so excited to be welcoming back Bard in the Botanics with their production of Beauty and the Beast! After their hugely popular Cinderella in 2015 and Aladdin in 2016, this is sure to be another fantastic show!
Featuring our BAA client Stephanie McGregor. It begins 30th November.
More information can be found here.
The Monarch of the Glen
While the Roydes are very much creatures of the 20th century, their hosts still cling to the old ways: Donald MacDonald of Ben Nevis, the 23rd clan chieftain and Laird of Glenbogle Castle, is fiercely protective of his way of life, the land that he loves and the MacDonald spirit. Being more than a little cash-strapped, however, Ben Nevis (as he is also known) is not above trying to forge a match between heiress Myrtle and one of his brawny sons.
But when a group of English hikers turn up and trample all over his grouse moor, and a trespassing nationalist poet seems set to capture Myrtle’s affections, Ben Nevis’ plans come under attack on two fronts – and he’s never one to underreact when things don’t go his way . . .
The cast includes three of our BAA clients, Neshla Caplan, Stephanie McGregor and Deirdre Davis. The run begins 26th October.
More information can be found here.Bard in the Botanics
Stephanie McGregor joins the cast of The Taming of the Shrew and Queen Lear
The Taming of the Shrew runs from 21st June – 8th July
Queen Lear runs from 12th-29th July.Queen Lear
Stephanie McGregor can be seen in Queen Lear, the latest in the season of plays by Bard in the Botanics.Glasgow Girls – National Theatre of Scotland
Stephanie McGregor will be performing with the rest of the cast of GLASGOW GIRLS at the Beacon Arts Centre in Greenock on the 11th February, followed by a short run in Liverpool and a short run in Belfast.
More information can be found on the website.