Linlithgow Academy Theatre

Linlithgow Academy Theatre
Braehead Road, Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49 6EH Scotland
  • Box office 01506 433634
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A medieval lark with knights, witches, wizards and a bear.

Thu 11 Jan 2018

£5–£10 / 01506 433634

  • 19:00 – 21:00

Fri 12 Jan 2018

£5–£10 / 01506 433634

  • 19:00 – 21:00

Sat 13 Jan 2018

£5–£10 / 01506 433634

  • 14:30
  • 19:00 – 21:00

Jess Gillam

BBC YOUNG MUSICIAN FINALIST 2016 18-year-old saxophonist Jess Gillam from Ulverston, Cumbria, began playing saxophone aged seven. In 2016, Jess made history as the first-ever saxophonist to win the Woodwind Final of the BBC Young Musician Competition. She then reached the Grand Final, performing John Nyman's concerto…

Sat 9 Dec

£12 some concessions / 01506 433634

Steven Osborne

PIANO RECITAL: BRAHMS AND BEETHOVEN Steven Osborne comes from Linlithgow. A former pupil of Linlithgow Primary School, he has a concert schedule that sees him performing with major orchestras all over the world. He studied at St. Mary's Music School in Edinburgh and at the Royal Northern School of Music in Manchester.

Sat 3 Feb 2018

£14 some concessions / 01506 433634

Comments & ratings

1. Dr Charles3 May 2013, 9:01am5 stars Linlithgow Academy Theatre Report

Linlithgow Players delivered their opening night of the Double Bill with gritty powerful performances in The Cagebirds by David Campton and Three More Sleepless Nights by Caryl Churchill.
I was gripped as the Wild One played by Judy railed against the prison cage and the incapacity of the prisoners to accept her offer of freedom. A very strong and convincing performance within the limitations of low budget. But the minimal set worked extremely well to convey the bleakness and quiet terror, the sad denouement an allegory of our own caged lives?
In three more Sleepless nights the set- a bedroom and double bed conveyed the three successive couples through brilliantly portrayed anger and desolation, fear and hope threading the lives of the three couples around whose angst the story loops.
Edge of the set hard edged and bitter sweet emotions perfectly portrayed. Well Done!

Average rating 5/5 from 1 review of Linlithgow Academy Theatre.

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