The Swallow Theatre
The Swallow Theatre is Scotland's smallest theatre, seating 48 people. It is a converted byre about three miles from Whithorn.
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Following critically acclaimed, sold-out runs in the West End and on Broadway. Nick Payne’s highly successful play Constellations is a boy-meets-girl comedy with a difference - an exploration of free will, friendship and love - and a meditation on that familiar refrain “if only.” Constellations is directed by Peter Wright…
Jane Money & Richard Haslam By George! The Golden Age Of Musicals (Programme Alteration)
A celebration of the Golden Age of the Musical with the first half putting the spotlight on the music and life of George Gershwin. Following this will be more songs of laughter and love, humour and heartache, with pathos from Porter, memories from Lloyd Webber, fun from Flanders & Swann and some glittering diamonds to…
Mon 29 May
Jane Money & Richard Haslam In Concert
Jane Money has worked with many leading conductors, has sung for Glyndebourne Festival and performed solo engagements throughout Europe. Richard Haslam is an experienced accompanist and singer. The concert includes Mendelssohn, Beethoven’s Scottish Folksongs and the Schumann Mary Stuart Lieder.
Jane Money & Richard Haslam In Concert - The Scottish Connection
A fascinating recital of Lieder and song focusing on links with Scottish themes, history and poems. Familiar songs appear recrafted and arranged here by Beethoven and Britten, whilst the story of Sir Walter Scott’s “Lady of the Lake” is taken up by Schubert. The songs will be punctuated by piano solos by the same…
Fri 26 May
£13.17 / 01988 850368
They Built It. No One Came
Fledgling Theatre Company presents a tragicomedy with original live music inspired by the true story of Tobias and Alexander, a couple who form a commune based on visions of a peaceful and harmonious community - they are still awaiting their first member. “Told succinctly with humour and compassion” The…