Oedipus The Chief - Grey Coast Theatre At Lyth
10th June 2005
OEDIPUS THE CHIEF, a new play by George Gunn will be performed by Grey Coast Theatre Company at LYTH ARTS CENTRE, Caithness at 8.00 pm on Saturday 18th June.
A dynamic presentation directed by Eric Tessier-Lavigne in a moved reading with JULIA DALKIN, ADAM ROBERTSON, BRIAN SMITH, FINLAY MACLEAN and HELEN MACKAY with a community chorus.
Discussion with audience will follow.
This event is made possible by support from Hi-Arts Highland Producers' Development Fund
Caithness Arts will be presenting a mini 'Festival of Drama' early next month. Grey Coast Theatre Company will be spearheading the festival with a new play from Caithness writer George Gunn.
After 17 years and more than 35 productions, George Gunn is stepping down as Artistic Director of Grey Coast Theatre Company. George founded Grey Coast in 1992 to produce theatre which is relevant to the culture of the North, to promote new writing for the theatre in the North and to bring the culture of the North of Scotland to the rest of the country through locally produced theatre.
LIGHT IN THE NORTH 2008 - a celebration of the life and work of Neil M. Gunn Sat.
David Anderson is starring in 'Mobile' touring in the north next week. Dave Anderson well known for his role as the bank manger in the TV comedy series 'City Lights' delivers a show ful of humour and one liners.
For a larger version of the poster go HERE You may need to click on it to enlarge it. Where And When Dunbeath, Caithness - 8th -10th November 2007 Three Caithness organisations have joined forces this year for a three-day festival called 'Light in the North - a Celebration of the Life and Work of Neil M.
Butcher's Broom by Neil Gunn was published in 1934. George Gunn and Grey Coast Theatre have produced their own version adapted with songs by George Gunn and andy Thorburn.
A completely unique, never-to-be-repeated event: ten inspiring directors, ten surprising locations, ten brand new pieces of simultaneous site-responsive theatre created across the country to mark the launch of the National Theatre of Scotland. In Aberdeen, Caithness, Dumfries, Dundee, East Lothian, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness Shetland and Stornoway With 10 directors - Graham Eatough, Scott Graham, Stewart Laing, Matthew Lenton, Kenny Miller, Anthony Neilson, Alison Peebles, Gill Robertson, John Tiffany and Wils Wilson.
Saturday 10th December 8pm "RED FISH" is an exciting new development for Grey Coast Theatre Company as it is the first time the company has been awarded a Scottish Arts Council music commission which has enabled long term Grey Coast musical collaborator Andy Thorburn (of Blazin' Fiddles etc.) to write music for the company well ahead of the pressure of production. "RED FISH" is the unbelievable story of a Klondike in the north, of a small town which literally blows up.
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