The National Theatre of Scotland – Established in 2006 and has already earned a significant national and international reputation for its daring and originality.
Aberdeen Theatres and Venues
Lemon Tree – 5 West North Street, Aberdeen, AB24 5AT
Music Hall – Union St, Aberdeen AB10 1QS
Tivoli Theatre – 34 – 48 Guild Street, Aberdeen AB11 6NB
Bedlam Theatre – Home to the Edinburgh University Theatre Company (EUTC) for the past 30 years. The Bedlam is housed in the former “New North Free Church” at the foot of George IV Bridge in Edinburgh.
Traverse Theatre – Scotland’s new writing theatre
Eastwood Park Theatre – Giffnock
Glasgow Pavilion – The Scottish National Theatre of Variety
Theatres – Rest of Scotland
The Gaiety – Ayr – Theatre and Arts Centre
Woodend Barn Arts Centre – Banchory
The Barony Theatre – Bo’ness
The Fullerton – formerly the Lochside Theatre – Castle Douglas
Theatre Royal – Dumfries – The Oldest Working Theatre in Scotland
Alhambra Theatre – Dunfermline
Dundee Rep – A national cultural asset which the people of Dundee feel ownership over and in which they can take enormous pride.
The Warehouse – Lossiemouth
Mull Theatre – Isle of Mull
Eastgate Theatre & Arts Centre – Peebles
Byre Theatre – St Andrews
MacRobert Centre – Stirling
An Lanntair – Stornaway
Scottish Theatre Companies
Dogstar Theatre Company – Inverness
Hopscotch Theatre Company – has been entertaining young people in Scotland with fun and educational theatre performances for more than 18 years.
Studio 32 – East Kilbride.
Theatre Alba – bringing innovative and critically acclaimed drama to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and beyond.
Theatre Cryptic – The award-winning Cryptic was founded in Scotland in 1994 by Artistic Director, Cathie Boyd. Since then its innovative staging of music productions has established Cryptic as leaders in creating unique multi-layered sensory experiences, making ‘music to be looked at…not just listened to’.
Scottish Theatre Information
Scottish Theatre History
Andy Stewart – An Illustrated Record – Celebrating the life and honouring the memory of one of the most popular Scottish entertainers of the Twentieth Century.
Sir Harry Lauder – University of Glasgow
Jimmy Logan Obituary – from the Guardian
Scottish Drama Clubs
Blairgowrie Players – Providing drama in Blairgowrie for over 50 years.
SEE ALSO – Film and Cinema