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The National Theatre of Scotland and Communicado Theatre Company present David Harrower's take on the true tale of a man on the Isle of Skye who, faced with council indifference to his remote village's isolated plight, built a two-mile stretch of road all by himself with nothing but a pick, a wheelbarrow and a shovel.
Fame Summer School
A summer school to introduce budding performers aged 16–19 to Fame: The Musical. No audition is necessary to join the chorus. To audition for one of the lead roles, contact the creative learning team at Horsecross (contact details above). Ticket price is for the entire five-day summer school. Bring a packed lunch.
Award-winning singer Maeve Mackinnon leads this new Gaelic singing group for youth aged 12–18 years. No experience of Gaelic necessary – learn as you sing.
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain
A gruesome (but fun!) look at our country's history, making it much more interesting by keeping the nasty bits in!
Horsecross Trad Sessions
Monthly informal trad jam session for anyone who wants to join in or just listen.
Mon 19 Aug
Horsecross Young Writers and Young Composers
Showcase evening featuring work by young playwrights and composers from the local area performed by fellow youth theatre members and musicians.
Based on the prize-winning book, this colourful interactive adaptation brings to life the story of the smallest boy in the village who never seems to grow.
Fri 14 Jun
Jacques Brel In Song and Dance
The work of Jacques Brel marrying dancers and singers to portray the emotion and power of his songs.
Lord of the Flies
Stranded school boys turn nasty in Nigel Williams' adaptation of the classic William Golding story presented by Perth Youth Theatre.
Fri 21 Jun
Mobile Phone Show
Perth Youth Theatre present this one-act play by Jim Cartwright that explores how the mobile phone has changed the face of our society.
Grammy award winning singer-songwriter bares her soul with her personal take on American folk.
Perth Youth Theatre: S3/4
An evening of improvisation as the largest of the youth theatre classes pool disparate ideas into a fully-formed show.
The Pied Piper
Dance Bank Studio students, from two and a half years old to grown-up types, present their version of the classic tale.