The production was a thoroughly delightful romp in the very best panto tradition complete with booing and hissing.
“Hansel and Greta Save the World” is a fun-filled, completely original and locally written pantomime by the Orkney Children’s Theatre Club.
No matter what story he was telling to the audience, he was inspiring and delivered his stories in an emotional and captivating way.
The award-winning performance artist, Mamoru Iriguchi, is back out on tour this autumn with Eaten, a show for children aged 6yrs+ about food, eating and being eaten!
A solo play written and performed by West Mainland writer John Casey is on again at the Edinburgh Fringe for three weeks.
Unspotted Snow will be on at The Gable End Theatre, Hoy – Wednesday 1st May, 8pm.
Drone is a theatre show by Harry Giles and company about technology and anxiety — it mixes poetry, music and video in a strange live cabaret.
The 43rd St Magnus International Festival takes place from Friday 21st to Thursday 27th June.
“There is no vetting for Orkney Free Fringe festival. No hoops to jump through. Nobody saying No. A true people’s festival. And it’s on our doorstep!”
What you are about to read is a play, a one act play.