Up to Speed is a funny, moving and captivating tale about a boy and a girl and what it’s like to be the odd one out. Have you ever met a person who is a little unusual? Someone whose mind seems to work a bit differently? Who surprises you? Who is funny and also fun to laugh at? That’s what Barnaby is like. Jade has marvelled and laughed at him, been surprised and confused by him. But he has also made her feel small. And she knows exactly how to get him back…
The play will tour schools throughout the Autumn season. More information can be found here.
BAA’s Angela Darcy directs When The Penny Drops, a new play at Oran Mor which also features Michele Gallagher and Simon Donaldson. Penny is a 46-year-old teacher who has it sussed.…Read More
Irene Allan features in Camino – a new play at Oran Mor, written by novelist, scriptwriter and veteran TV comedy producer, Sean Hardie (Not The Nine O’Clock News, Spitting Image,…Read More
This spring, Red Bridge Arts presents a wild and beautiful retelling of The Secret Garden, adapted and co-directed by BAA’s Rosalind Sydney and featuring Itxaso Moreno as Mary. When Mary…Read More
This January, Sting takes to the stage for a limited run of his musical, The Last Ship, in California. BAA’s Annie Grace will be reprising her role as Baroness Tyndale,…Read More
Brand new crime drama Deadwater Fell comes to Channel 4 this month, and features BAA’s Hannah Donaldson. The series follows a small Scottish community that is rocked by the murder…Read More
We’re thrilled for Amy Kennedy, who will be joining the cast of River City! Playing the mysterious Maisie Evans, Amy arrives in Shieldinch in early 2020 and we’re excited to…Read More