On 6th November 2016 we will be welcoming a host of Scottish Theatre’s leading talents to Bo’ness who are volunteering their time to support the Barony Theatre Big Project fundraising efforts. This will be an evening of top comedy and entertainment and the chance to mingle and chat with the artists at the forefront of the Scottish arts world. We will also have local artists and folk group joining in to provide a unique evening’s entertainment.
Our Patron David Hayman is supporting us with this fundraising evening, and as long as his filming schedule does not change, he will be with us at the Gala Evening to participate in the entertainment. An evening not to be missed – and right on your doorstep. Get your tickets from our Box Office now before they sell out.
|David Hayman||Bruce Morton||Susan Morrison||Phil Differ|
|David Hayman was born in 1950 in Bridgeton, Glasgow, Scotland. He is an actor and director, known for Sid and Nancy (1986), The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (2008) and Hope and Glory (1987).||Devastatingly funny – wry and poignant
Quite simply one of the best and most genuine humourists The Express
|Don’t be fooled by the diminutive frame. Within this pint-sized exterior lies a talent so huge that it can barely be contained. Susan Morrison is a comedy volcano, erupting with an endless flow of scorching hot gags, spewing forth at a blistering pace.||One of the most sought after comedy writers in the country. Best known for Only An Excuse and went on to chalk up more successes with Chewin’ the Fat, Still Game, The Karen Dunbar, Offside and Watson’s Wind U.|
22nd October 2016 at 7:30
A rehearsed reading with music from Maeve McKinnon, Fraser Spiers and Stephen Wright.
This rehearsed reading of the play is performed by an all-woman cast. It explores the key moments of the incredible life of Margaret Skinnider.
The Coatbridge born Mathematics teacher of Irish parentage, was an active member of the Irish Citizen Army and the only female volunteer injured in the 1916 Easter uprising. Skinnider fought for justice in every period of her life. She is remembered as a suffragette, teacher, sniper author and prisoner. She became president of the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation and remained a champion of women’s rights.
“Margaret Skinnider: Rebel Heart” – inspired by the revolutionary and trade union leader Margaret Skinnider. Wounded fighting during the Easter Rising, Skinnider was an excellent markswoman and close friend of Constance Markiewicz; she was an active suffragette and went on to become the President of the Irish teachers’ union, whilst battling the authorities for decades to secure her war pension – denied to her as a woman. This powerful, moving drama is the fruition of six years of research and a major part of the efforts to achieve the rightful place in history for the Coatbridge born Margaret Skinnider.
Cast: – Clare Gray, Julie Hale and Erin McCardie
Written by Cat Hepburn, directed by Sarah McCardie and originated by Maggie Chetty. With Clare Gray, Julie Hale and Erin McCardie.
Tickets available froth Barony Box Office on 07541 346639 or via our online Box Office.
The Barony Players next production will be on from 28th November to 3rd December 2016. My Boy Jack tells the heart wrenching story of Rudyard Kipling and his grief for his son, John who died in the Battle of Loos in the First World War. The title comes from Kipling’s 1915 poem, My Boy Jack.
Tickets are now on sale online from the Barony Box Office or via telephone on 07541 346639.
We are delighted to welcome back Tom Keeble as director having last appearing as Captain Mainwairing in our Spring production of Dad’s Army.