Theatre Gu Leor & WHYTE present
MAIM

BSL
in association with Tron Theatre
WORLD PREMIERE
Portrait High Res credit Laurence Winram

’S e gairm-chatha a th' ann am MAIM, a' toirt guth do dhorran an ath ghinealaich agus na draghan a th’ aca mun èiginn a tha ron tìr agus ron chànan aca. ‘S e co-obrachadh sònraichte a th’ ann am MAIM eadar Theatre Gu Leòr agus an còmhlan WHYTE, a’ togail air òrain àlainn bhon chlàr mu dheireadh aca, Tairm, le ceòl beò, dannsa, bàrdachd agus bhideo.

MAIM, meaning panic in Gàidhlig, is a call to arms - giving voice to the frustrations of the next generation who care deeply about the crisis facing their land and language. This unique collaboration between Theatre Gu Leòr and the band WHYTE was inspired by exquisite tracks from their latest album, Tairm, and will feature live music, dance, spoken word and video. This show is fully accessible to non-Gaelic speakers and with integrated BSL in every performance.

Le taic bho/Supported by Creative Scotland, Bòrd na Gàidhlig & National Theatre of Scotland

Cleasaichean/Cast: Elspeth Turner, Evie Waddell, Alasdair C. Whyte, Ross Whyte, Dealbhadh Fuaime

Written by Alasdair MacIlleBhàin & Cast
Director: Muireann Kelly 
Dealbhadh Fuaime is Ceòl/Sound Design and Music: Ross Whyte and Alasdair C. Whyte
Dealbhadh AV/AV Design: Lewis Den Hertog
Dealbhadh Solais/Lighting Design: Benny Goodman

Image: Laurence Winram

Times & Dates

06/03 - 8:00pm
Preview | with integrated British Sign Language
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07/03 - 8:00pm
Preview | with integrated British Sign Language
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10/03 - 8:00pm
with integrated British Sign Language
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11/03 - 8:00pm
with integrated British Sign Language
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12/03 - 8:00pm
with integrated British Sign Language
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13/03 - 8:00pm
with integrated British Sign Language
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14/03 - 2:45pm
with integrated British Sign Language
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14/03 - 8:00pm
with integrated British Sign Language
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Reviews

'Beautifully written and powerfully performed… A truly unforgettable performance.' ***** The Skinny for Theatre Gu Leòr’s Scotties

'A brooding hybrid of theatrical forms...which moves between ceilidh and lament' **** The Herald for Theatre Gu Leòr’s Scotties

'A show to remember, and an important staging-post in Scotland’s long journey towards greater knowledge of itself, through the stories it tells.' **** The Scotsman for Theatre Gu Leòr’s Scotties

 

Ticket Information

TICKETS

Previews 7.50 | 11 (8.50)

DISCOUNTS

Concessions are available for this event

 
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