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Case Study: Producing What Girls Are Made Of

with Margaret-Anne O'Donnell (Raw Materials)

Hit show What Girls of Made Of first appeared on the scene in summer 2018, when it stormed the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, won three awards and was seen by thousands. Since then it has toured the UK, Australia, Brazil, and America and shows no signs of stopping.

In an informal workshop Producer, Margaret- Anne O’Donnell, will explore and discuss the producing strategy and models used to create the show and to make it a success.

Participants will leave with an awareness of different producing models, building work to tour and of planning from creative producing stage to delivery.

Raw Material was formed in 2018 and is a Scottish based producing house with a global outlook. Bringing together Margaret-Anne O’Donnell & Gillian Garrity both of whom have worked for over 25 years producing and touring Scottish theatre across the globe. Our aim in creating our company is to combine skills and resources to support and produce the work of independent Scottish artists and partner and produce with established venues and companies. Since inception Raw Material has produced and toured theatre productions of varying scale across Scotland, Europe, Brazil, the USA and Australia performing to over 80,000 people so far. Most recently touring our award winning co-production with Traverse Theatre, What Girls Are Made Of by Cora Bissett.

Times & Dates

18/03 - 7:00pmBook Tickets

Ticket Information


Non Members 6 | Members 3


Concessions are not available for this event

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