Rose – Play, Pie and a Pint

Women’s football trailblazer Rose Reilly’s life story, directed by BAA’s own Maureen Carr, is set to be brought to the Play, Pie and a Pint stage on 13th September 2021.

Featuring Christina Strachan and based on real life, Rose tells the incredible, uplifting and inspiring story of an underdog, working-class teenager from Ayrshire who became the greatest female footballer in the world.

Performances run from Mon 13 until Sat 18 September 2021. Information and tickets can be found here.

Aladdin – Perth Theatre

Mwahahahahahaaaa! Body-popping, break-dancing baddie Abanazer (Christina Strachan) is going to win the panto!

Can heroes Aladdin and Jasmine stop him? Can our own Dame Barrie Hunter? Not without your help… Save the world with a foot-stamping, toe-tapping, fabulous Perth family panto! Back on Perth Theatre’s glorious restored main-stage, their first home-produced show of the season!

Packed with songs, fun and laughter, panto returns to its rightful home in Perth’s much-loved Christmas tradition.

Also featuring Wendy Seager as the Genie!

The run begins 9th December. More information can be found here.

Butterfly Kiss (including The Day I found the Blues)

Butterfly Kiss by Dave Anderson, including The Day I Found The Blues

Featuring Christina Strachan

It’s a world of rock’n’roll, “teenagers”, burgeoning consumerism, rampant hormones, lazy daytimes gazing into rock pools, love of all things American, and A Girl.

Not The Girl he’s left behind and whom he’s afraid of losing to an Older Man (17 years-old). No. An altogether more exotic creature. The one who introduces him to the Butterfly Kiss.

Performances run from 24th August – 2nd September 2017 at 7pm at Oran Mor

The Day I Found the Blues

Christina Strachan features in The Day I Found the Blues by Dave Anderson, which is the 400th play in the hugely popular Oran Mor Play, Pie and a Pint programme.

Performances run from  6th – 11th June 2016.

This production marks the beginning of the Mini-Musicals Season and has already received two 5 star reviews!

See the Herald Review here