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National Theatre of Scotland. A Theatre Without Walls. Collaborating with artists and communities to create world-class theatre with the power to change lives.
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WORK WITH US We're looking for a fixed term SUPPORT PERSON to provide support to LGBTI+ elders within a participatory setting during the LGBTI+ Elders Social Dance Club in Inverness 🏳️‍🌈💃🕺 APPLY: Deadline: 27 September 2019 📷| Bryony Jackson
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NatTheatreScotland 10h
We spoke to 's co-creators Lucy Cash and Simone Kenyon about how Nan Shepherd's prose influenced their collaboration. Take a peek behind the scenes of their shoot on the Cairngorms and see the film online this Thursday. MORE:
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NatTheatreScotland 11h
We can't wait to share this Thursday! Read more about how the film was created on location in the majestic Cairngorms and brought our founding principle to be a theatre without walls to life ⛰️ READ: 📷|Beth Chalmers
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 15
Meet Lucy Cash and Simone Kenyon, co-creators of ⛰️ Peek behind the scenes and find out which famous face provides the voiceover for our evocative and atmospheric homage to Scotland’s Cairngorm Mountains with . INFO:
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 14
With the founding principle to be a theatre without walls, we were beyond excited by the prospect of an adventure into the majestic Cairngorm mountains. Read more about the team who shot on location ⛰️ READ: 📷|Beth Chalmers
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 14
ICYMI , a short film by Lucy Cash & Simone Kenyon, will be screened at Across the Grain Festival in Aberdeen on 6 October! Inspired by Nan Shepherd's 'The Living Mountain' and shot in the Cairngorms, it weaves together geography, performance and prose.
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 13
NEWS , a short film by Lucy Cash and Simone Kenyon, will be screened at Across the Grain Festival in Aberdeen on 6 October! Inspired by Nan Shepherd's 'The Living Mountain' and shot in the Cairngorms, it weaves together geography, performance and prose.
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 13
"We've each got a soundtrack to our lives..." We caught up with Jackie Kay and Elaine C. Smith to chat about and the importance of music in shaping our stories, who we are and who we become. See the show at until 21 September:
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 13
We're hosting a free LGBTI social dance club at Dundee Rep on 20 September as part of Dundee Pride 🏳️‍🌈 No need to sign up, just come along! Meet new people, share stories and celebrate community 💃🕺 No prior dance experience is required, just curiosity! 📷| Bryony Jackson
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 13
Tickets for the premiere at Across the Grain Festival and a screening shown by CityMoves Dance Agency as part of Dance Live on 19 October, alongside a talk by Simone Kenyon about the 'Into the Mountain' project are now available. BOOK: 📷| Beth Chalmers
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 13
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Produced by National Theatre of Scotland and Scottish Sculpture Workshop, a five minute film will be available online from 19 September. Find your way into the mountain, an evocative and atmospheric journey through Scotland's majestic Cairngorms. MORE:
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 13
NEWS , a short film by Lucy Cash and Simone Kenyon, will be screened at Across the Grain Festival in Aberdeen on 6 October! Inspired by Nan Shepherd's 'The Living Mountain' and shot in the Cairngorms, it weaves together geography, performance and prose.
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 13
Congratulations to this brilliant bunch on an fantastic opening night performance of at ! 👏🏻👏🏼👏🏽 See them in action until 21 September:
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Royal Court Sep 12
If you saw and enjoy chatting about theatre, don't miss Theatre Dialogue Club next week. Audiences who saw the show during welcome to attend. Free but ticketed: A production. Photo by Eoin Carey.
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 12
We're excited to share that Ishbel McFarlane and Uma Nada-Rajah will join us as Starter Artists! Applications for our final residencies are open to all artists and include a budget of £2,500. More details can be found on our website:
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 12
JOB ALERT We're looking for a fixed term SUPPORT PERSON to provide support to LGBTI+ elders within a participatory setting during the LGBTI+ Elders Social Dance Club in Inverness 🏳️‍🌈💃🕺 APPLY: Deadline: 27 September 2019 📷| Bryony Jackson
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Callum Smith Sep 11
Brilliant first performance of here in Manchester, with a standing ovation for our brill cast. Officially opening here tomorrow for a 2 week run. You know what to do....
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Tim Crouch Sep 12
The artist was present. Marina Abramović in last night's post show for She'd recorded Bake Off & fancied a bit of representational story-telling. She was into it. She read in the show & talked generously afterwards. Thanks, Marina.
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 11
's Elaine C. Smith, Edwin Morgan (writer of ), the original Glasgow Girls, and Carol Ann Duffy who wrote poem 'The Wound in Time' for are nominated for the title of Greatest Glaswegian in the Evening Times! More:
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NatTheatreScotland Sep 11
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Have fun!😀
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