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Drama features:

There are many genres of theatre from political to pantomime, farcical to tragedies. All aim to engage and entertain. Each month we will be profiling an organisation or an individual whose work is exciting and contibuting to the vibrant theatre scene in Scotland.

Unleashed and Unplugged bursaries

Performer at Feet First - January2009

Unplugged and Unleashed bursaries

In March 2009 the Scottish Arts Council and Federation of Scottish Theatre awarded their first Unplugged and Unleashed bursaries for theatre practitioners...read more

International Drama

Nicola Tuxworth as IL CAPITANO Photo courtesy of Colin Dickson

Lung Ha’s Theatre Company went to Paris

Edinburgh’s Lung Ha’s Theatre Company took their production of Il Panico di Pantalone to Paris for a special Burns Night production...read more

manipulate Festival 2009

Tabola Rassa

manipulate Visual Theatre Festival 2009

Edinburgh’s Traverse theatre is hosting manipulate Visual Theatre Festival 2009 from 3 to 7 February...read more

Drama Round Up

 

Scottish theatre at home and abroad

TAG/Citizens Theatre, Stella Quines and The Traverse take to the stage in New York in May while Mischief La Bas present Peeping at Bosch at Tramway this summer…

 

*manipulate Visual Theatre Festival 2009
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*Archive
*Drama round up
*Lung Ha goes to Paris
*International networking in Bratislava
*Unplugged and Unleashed
*Eleven New Theatre Productions for 2010-2011
 
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