The brilliant Greg Powrie will feature in Aladdin with Imagine Theatre in Rotherham. Aladdin will run
‘Poor Aladdin is in love with a Princess but as a reluctant helper in the laundry run by his mother Widow Twankey his prospects are not looking good, that is until a mysterious magician arrives promising riches beyond his wildest dreams! Will Aladdin be able to thwart the wicked Abanazar, gain control of the magic lamp and win the heart of the Princess? Come along to Rotherham Civic Theatre and find out!’
The Macallan Pioneers – The Macallan Distillery
BAA clients Greg Powrie and Ross Allan are currently performing as part of The Macallan Pioneers experience offered by The Macallan Distillery.
The Macallan Pioneers is an immersive theatre experience that brings to life the key characters from The Macallan history. Guests will be transported back in time and be met by some of The Macallan’s notable characters along the way.
Saturday and Sunday from Saturday 11th September 2021 until and including Sunday 3rd October 2021. For more information and to book the experience visit, here.Frankenstein – On Tour
Natali McCleary and Greg Powrie head out on tour this autumn in Selladoor’s Frankenstein, a major new production coming to venues throughout the UK.
Rona Munro’s brilliant new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Gothic masterpiece places the writer herself amongst the action as she wrestles with her creation and with the stark realities facing revolutionary young women, then and now.
Opens on 5th Sept at Perth Concert Hall – for more dates and further info click hereBeauty and the Beast – Adam Smith Theatre
One of the world’s greatest love stories floats in on a rose petal to The Adam Smith Theatre this winter, and features BAA’s Greg Powrie as the Dame, Kimmy McKlinkie, and David Rankine as Balloch Bennochy.
Beauty And The Beast will be sure to make you laugh, cry and fall in love with a host of hilarious and hairy characters. Who – or what- is the creature that walks the long corridors of the enchanted home? And will he ever find love?
Runs from Saturday 8th December 2018 to Saturday 5th January 2019 at the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy.
For tickets and more info, click here.Cinderella – Belgrade Theatre, Coventry
This Christmas you’re invited to a Royal Ball at the Belgrade Theatre with the nation’s favourite panto, Cinderella. This wonderful rags-to-riches tale is guaranteed to delight all the family and bring a touch of magic and make-believe to your festive celebrations.
Join Cinderella on her quest to win the heart of the dashing Prince Charming, with a little help from her best friend Buttons and the enchanting Fairy Godmother. But with her evil Ugly Sisters determined to ruin her chances and the clock about to strike midnight, will Cinders manage to win the Prince’s love before the spell runs out?
Featuring Greg Powrie. Run begins 22nd November.
More information here.TOMMY’S HONOUR – General Release
BAFTA Scotland Feature Film winner TOMMY’S HONOUR is now out on general release in cinemas across the UK. Look out for Greg Powrie and Edward Kingham
“If you love someone you stick by them, no matter what happens. Because that’s the deal. Isn’t it?”
50-somethings Rob and Cathy are looking forward to reclaiming their own lives now that their daughter Nicola is grown-up and settled; but looming over them is a threat that could rip their future apart. Descent explores what happens as they try to hold on to each other – and themselves – in the face of early onset dementia.
Descent doesn’t flinch from the heartbreak they face, but it also celebrates the courage, the hope, the humanity – and even the humour – they bring to the fight.
This CATS award-nominated show stars two Brennan Artists clients, Greg Powrie and Wendy Seager. The tour begins in Greenock and ends in Mull on the 20th May.HARD TIMES – Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Greg Powrie can be seen in Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s production HARD TIMES which opens on the 1st of September 2016 along with current productions CAROUSEL and THARK.
A thrilling, moving and ultimately uplifting story of betrayal, sacrifice and redemption, Dickens’s great novel of the triumph of the imagination over the brutality of the new industrial age is brought vividly to life in Stephen Jeffreys’ magnificent adaptation.