25th – 27th November 2021
Our first productions following Covid pandemic was a collection of short plays and rehearsed readings to encourage our audiences back into the theatre.
We were delighted to get the rights to perform The Steamie by Tony Roper as a rehearsed reading.
A NIGHT IN THE LIFE AT A 1950’S COMMUNAL LAUNDRY, SHOWING HOW LIFE WAS LIKE FOR WORKING CLASS GLASGOW WOMEN.Return to Hogmany 1957 when a feisty group of Glasgow women; Mrs Culfeathers, Dolly, Doreen and the irrepressible Magrit, all meet at The Steamie to do the traditional family wash before the New Year. At the Steamie the washing is always easier to do when the women shared their laughter and sorrow and a scandalous supply of gossip.
Directed by Wendy Turner
|Mrs Culfeathers||Steph Ferguson|
|Director||Wendy Turner||Lighting & Sound||Duncan Waterston, John Knox & Martha Rowe|
|Stage Manager||Lisa Bain & Annie Knox||Front of House Manager||Sheena Keeble|
|Programme||Sandra Bain||Poster Design||Harry Knox|