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Wed 4th Jul - 7:30pm
Victorian Bar
3 hours 30 minutes
Closed to Non-Members
Members Free
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Come and have a drink and see the Tron Theatre Company and Blood of the Young’s production of Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) with your fellow MAKERS. Each MAKER will get a free drinks voucher. Book a ticket for the show through box office and we’ll be in the foyer from 7:15pm for you to collect your tickets and drinks vouchers from so come and say hello.

 


with Nicola McCartney
Sat 7th Jul - 1:30pm
Changing House
3 hours
Non Members £30
Members £15
Level: 1 - Beginner & 2 - Intermediate
Suitable for: Writers

Nicola McCartney is a playwright, director, dramaturg and a social theatre practitioner. Nicola's approach brings together the enabling benefits of dramatic structure and narrative with the social benefits of working in the theatre. In this workshop participants will explore the unique method Nicola has developed over the last twenty years which uses principles of dramatic narrative to furnish individuals (particularly those who face some form of social exclusion or whose access to the arts is impeded) with the skills to better interpret their own life circumstances, and to successfully address these circumstances.

Nicola has worked with all sorts of groups including people within the criminal justice system in UK and USA, asylum seekers and refugees, drug users, survivors of domestic violence and childhood abuse.  She has worked with Traverse’s flagship outreach programme, Class Act, since 1997, taking it to Russia, Ukraine and India. In 2018 she was a recipient of a Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Olwen Wymark award for encouraging theatre in the UK.

Nicola trained as a director with Citizens Theatre/ G&J Productions and Charabanc Theatre Company Belfast and has twice been an Associate Playwright of Playwrights Studio Scotland. She has worked for a host of organisations as a dramaturg. Her plays include: EASY, HERITAGE, HOME, STANDING WAVE: DELIA DERBYSHIRE IN THE 60S, RACHEL’S HOUSE, CAVE DWELLERS and LIFEBOAT. She is also a social theatre practitioner. Nicola is currently Reader in Writing for Performance at University of Edinburgh where she leads the Masters programme in Playwriting.


with Isobel McArthur
Mon 9th Jul - 7:00pm
Education Suite
2 hours 30 minutes
Non Members £30
Members £15
Level: All
Suitable for: Performers, theatre makers, writers, producers

An informal workshop for actors, theatre-makers and any creatives who would like to make more opportunities for themselves, make their own work and get it in front of an audience. Isobel will share personal experience and offer practical advice for building more connections with fellow theatre artists, interrogating the quality of your ideas and taking stock all of the resources available to you so that you can spend less time dealing in hypotheticals and actually get your work put on.

The workshop will offer

  • A ‘way-in’ for actors who would like to write parts for themselves (even if they never have before)
  • A breakdown of the different pathways available to writers and theatre-makers who would like to see their work produced
  • Useful practice for keeping your hand in, staying focused and not letting opportunities pass you by
  • A Q&A for individuals to ask any questions about the specific challenges they currently face as creatives

Isobel McArthur is an actor, musician and playwright. Recent acting credits include The Monarch of the Glen (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); Cock (Tron Theatre) and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland adapted by Anthony Neilson (Royal Lyceum Theatre). Writer-performer credits include How to Sing it (Tron Creative); Golden Arm Theatre Project (Blood of the Young) and Daphne Oram's Wonderful World of Sound (Blood of the Young/Tron Theatre/Scottish Tour). Isobel’s adaptation of the Austen classic Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of) is the Tron Summer mainstage production.

*Please wear lose fitting clothes and bring a notepad and pen.


with Gavin Glover
Tue 10th Jul - 10:30am
Education Suite
3 hours
Non Members £30
Members £15
Level: 1 - Beginner
Suitable for: Performers

The aim of this 3 hour workshop will be to discover that a puppet can move, think and react apparently as we do. By concentrating on the movement and the focus we can develop its character much like an actor would to prepare for a part on stage. The workshop is suitable for all theatre and art practitioners and those wanting to explore how the skill of contemporary puppetry could fit into their own performance field.

Gavin Glover is well known for his work with FaultyOptic which toured its dark and surreal shows around the world. By combining puppets, actors and live feed video he creates ingenious and highly visual work collaborating with other artists and directors. Recently he has worked with The National Theatre of Scotland on A Christmas Carol and The Tin Forest, The Citizens Theatre's Feverdream, Abbey Theatre’s Ulysses. He teaches extensively in the UK and abroad.

*Please wear lose fitting clothes and bring a notepad and pen.


with Alasdair Hunter
Wed 11th Jul - 7:00pm
Victorian Bar
2 hours 30 minutes
Non Members £3
Members Free but ticketed
Level: All
Suitable for: Performers

Got an audition coming up? This workshop is a chance for actors to work on a monologue, push their work to the next level and get some feedback in a safe environment. Come with a speech prepared - this could be an old audition monologue that needs refreshing, something you've always loved, or a speech that pushes you in a new direction. It can be classical or contemporary.  Share it with the group and receive clear, structured feedback focused specifically on you as a performer. You'll have the opportunity to play with your speech in front of a supportive audience of peers, facilitated by director Alasdair Hunter.

Alasdair Hunter’s work has been seen in UK theatres including the Tron, Traverse, Hampstead Theatre, and Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, as well as across the Midwest USA. Directing Highlights include: Doctor Faustus (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe), What Country Friends Is This? (Aberdeen Performing Arts), Hamlet (Bard in the Botanics), and The Tempest (Stone Soup Shakespeare). Alasdair is a Connections Director for the National Theatre. He was Associate Director on Rachel O’Riordan’s production of The Seafarer.
 


with Andrew Muir
Tue 17th Jul - 10:00am
Main Auditorium
7 hours
Non Members £60
Members £30
Level: All
Suitable for: Writers, directors, performers and theatre makers

From blank page through to performance, this workshop covers many aspects of putting a play together from the tiniest of stimulus. In this instance, the stimulus will come from mainstage show Pride and Prejudice (*sort of).

Creatives of all disciplines work collaboratively in groups and are led through the various stages of play development building a series of short scenes to form a play from a blank page culminating in a performance of all our work at the end of day. It's a fast paced, thrilling glimpse into playmaking facilitated by writer and director Andrew Muir.

Andrew Muir’s plays include Anniversary Sweet (Finborough Theatre), Push and Green Grass (Union Theatre), Gaugleprixtown (Edinburgh and Studio 42, New York), Double Sentence (Deafinitely Theatre @ Soho Theatre), Gold Dust (Black Country Touring UK tour and Soho Theatre), The Session (Soho Theatre and Inis Nua Theatre Company, Philadelphia) and Take On Me (Dante or Die Theatre Company UK tour Autumn 2018). Muir's latest play, SACRIFICE, will be produced at Soho Theatre in July/August 2018. He is writer in residence at the Bournemouth and Poole College of Further Education and is a mentor on the MA in playwriting at Central School of Speech and Drama.

*Please wear lose fitting clothes and bring a notepad and pen.


Wed 18th Jul - 2:30pm
Meeting Room
3 hours
Closed to non-members
Members Free.
Level: All
Suitable for: Writers & Theatre Makers

Have you got a script in the making that you could do with hearing read aloud? Send a summary of the play using the online form and we’ll do a shout out for whoever's available to get around a table and offer their voices and feedback. This is not a formal read through and actors will be cast purely on their willingness to help and their availability i.e. a young man may end up playing an old lady for the afternoon and vice versa!

This session aims to help writers to develop their script by taking it off the page in a safe environment with no pressure of outside eyes, just friendly helpers. You send us what you've got, and we'll provide space and printing.

We can only work on one script per session, and scripts will be selected with a focus on offering a variety of voices, stories and characters. We do not require the full script, just a summary of the play and an idea of where you're up to. This will be an on-going event with plenty of chances to take part throughout the year.

Deadline Monday 9 July


Wed 25th Jul - 7:30pm
Victorian Bar
1 hours 30 minutes
Non Members £3
Members Free but ticketed
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Speed dating with a difference. Join fellow MAKERS for a drink and chance to build new creative relationships. Set up very much like speed dating this session hopes to bring together artists from different disciplines to meet each other, learn what each other do and identify the kind of work you want to make. Come along with an idea and leave having had a free drink, put names to faces and a list of future collaborators.


with Michael Hill
Fri 27th Jul - 10:30am
Education Suite
7 hours
Non Members £60
Members £30
Level: All
Suitable for: Performers

Some actors are happy in their speaking voices, but would never dream of singing. Others feel they lack the technical knowledge necessary to sing with confidence. If either of these sound familiar, then this course is definitely for you!

Over a fun and informative day, you will discover the myriad possibilities of your voice. Topics covered include:

• Breath Support Made Clear

• Resonance: What it really is and how to achieve it

• Vocal Modes, Characters, and Sound Colour

• The ‘cherry on top’’ of your sound: Effects, Vibrato, and Style

• Interpreting a song

The course will combine group and solo work, in a supportive, positive learning environment, where actors can try out different aspects of their voice, free of judgment. The speaking voice and the singing voice are ultimately the same voice and all actors can benefit from and enjoy singing. This course will empower you to feel confident in your ability to deliver a song, with good technique and authenticity, for an audition, a musical or just for personal enjoyment. You will gain technical knowledge, explore a host of vocal sounds and characters and come away with exercises that will help you to control and grow your voice. Please bring a song or section of a song you would like to work on (backing track or acapella). Perhaps you would prefer to listen, but if you feel inspired to belt out a number on the day, you would be most welcome!

Michael Hill is a London-based voice coach, singer and freelance BBC broadcaster, with a particular interest in voice science and its practical applications for expressive speaking and singing. His vocal coaching includes singing, accents and public speaking.

Recently, he has been teaching vocal technique, performance and vocal health at Europe’s largest contemporary music college, BIMM. Michael is also one of only a handful of people in the UK - and the first in Scotland - to have completed the prestigious Authorised Teacher course from the Complete Vocal Institute in Denmark, one of the world’s largest voice research institutes. He has given voice masterclasses for a variety of respected institutions, such as the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Clinical Excellence Networks within the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. 

*Please bring a song or section of a song either acapella or with a backing track and a note pad and pen.


Tue 31st Jul - 10:30am
Victorian Bar
7 hours
Non Members £3
Members Free but ticketed
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Need some desk space with likeminded people for the day? Bring your laptop and pull up a chair in the Vic Bar for the day with free tea all day and bowl of the soup of the day for lunch or members can get discounted food in the bar.

Email creative@tron.co.uk to book a place


with Steph Connell & Michael John O'Neill
Mon 6th Aug - 2:00pm
Mon 6th Aug - 3:00pm
Mon 6th Aug - 4:00pm
Mon 6th Aug - 5:00pm
Meeting Room
1 hours
Closed to Non-Members
Members Free
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Here at the Tron there’s no such thing as a silly question. If you have a burning question about making work (silly or not) then here’s your chance to ask it. Whether you’re struggling to understand a contract, balance a budget, book a tour, write a tech rider or just need to bounce an idea off someone then let us know. Members of team Tron will be available on the afternoons listed above to have a brew, answer some questions and get to know MAKER members and their work.

Email creative@tron.co.uk to book a place

 


with Neil Bettles
Mon 13th Aug - 10:30am
Education Suite
7 hours
Non Members £60
Members £30
Level: 2 - Intermediate & 3 - Advanced
Suitable for: Performers, Directors and Theatre Makers

A highly physical workshop from Artistic Director Neil Bettles looking at ways into devising movement focused theatre. The workshop will follow processes used in the ThickSkin rehearsal room and is a day to play and generate new ideas with likeminded participants.

Participants will look at developing new ideas for creating physical material based on a series of starting points given in the workshop. It will set up a series of skills that can be taken back to your own practice.

Neil’s directing credits include for ThickSkin: Chalk Farm, The Static, Blackout, Boy Magnet and White Noise. Neil is also Associate Director of Frantic Assembly for whom he has directed This Will All Be Gone and No Way Back. As movement director: Carmen for Opera Wuppertal, The James Plays (Edinburgh International Festival and National Theatre), Blood Wedding and The Bacchae (Royal & Derngate). Neil is currently International Associate Movement Director on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the West End and on Broadway.

www.thickskintheatre.co.uk www.neilbettles.co.uk

*Please wear lose fitting clothes and bring a notepad and pen.


Mon 13th Aug - 6:00pm
Information Only
2 hours
Not Open to Non-Members
Members Free. To book, email creative@tron.co.uk
Level: All
Suitable for: Writers and Theatre Makers

Wed 15th Aug - 2:30pm
Meeting Room
3 hours
Closed to non-members
Members Free.
Level: All
Suitable for: Writers and Theatre Makers

Have you got a script in the making that you could do with hearing read aloud? Send a summary of the play using the online form and we’ll do a shout out for whoever's available to get around a table and offer their voices and feedback. This is not a formal read through and actors will be cast purely on their willingness to help and their availability i.e. a young man may end up playing an old lady for the afternoon and vice versa!

This session aims to help writers to develop their script by taking it off the page in a safe environment with no pressure of outside eyes, just friendly helpers. You send us what you've got, and we'll provide space and printing.

We can only work on one script per session, and scripts will be selected with a focus on offering a variety of voices, stories and characters. We do not require the full script, just a summary of the play and an idea of where you're up to. This will be an on-going event with plenty of chances to take part throughout the year.

Deadline Monday 6 August


with Gemma Fairlie
Thu 16th Aug - 10:30am
Education Suite
7 hours
Non-Members £60
Members £30
Level: 2 - Intermediate & 3 - Advanced
Suitable for: Performers and Directors

A full day workshop aiming to provide both directors and performers with a tool kit of techniques of how to unlock and freshen up Shakespeare. The morning session will be a mixture of discussion and practical exercises exploring casting, collaboration and text using stimulus from Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth and Julius Caesar.

The afternoon will give participants a chance to work together on a piece of Shakespeare that they have been struggling with or have an idea they want to explore. If your piece is from a specific text then please email an outline of the extract and a few sentences about your idea to creative@tron.co.uk by Friday 10 August.

Gemma is currently Associate Director at Pitlochry Festival Theatre where she is currently directing The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Before the Party and The Wizard of Oz.

Gemma has directed throughout the UK and abroad, working on Shakespeare, New Writing, Physical Theatre, Circus and Musical Theatre. During her career, as both Director & Associate Director, she has worked for companies including: Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Court Theatre, New Vic Theatre and The Orange Tree Theatre.‚Äč

In addition to her directing, she is also a choreographer, movement director and dramaturg.

She is the Artistic Director of Light the Fuse and a regular Educational Practitioner for both the Royal Shakespeare Company and The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. 

www.gemmafairlie.com


with Dave Shea
Mon 20th Aug - 2:00pm
Mon 20th Aug - 3:00pm
Mon 20th Aug - 4:00pm
Mon 20th Aug - 5:00pm
Meeting Room
1 hours
Closed to Non-Members
Members Free
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Here at the Tron there’s no such thing as a silly question. If you have a burning question about making work (silly or not) then here’s your chance to ask it. Whether you’re struggling to understand a contract, balance a budget, book a tour, write a tech rider or just need to bounce an idea off someone then let us know. Members of team Tron will be available on the afternoons listed above to have a brew, answer some questions and get to know MAKER members and their work.

Email creative@tron.co.uk to book a place

 


Tue 28th Aug - 10:30am
Victorian Bar
7 hours
Non-Members £3
Members Free but ticketed
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Need some desk space with likeminded people for the day? Bring your laptop and pull up a chair in the Vic Bar for the day with free tea all day and bowl of the soup of the day for lunch or members can get discounted food in the bar.

Email creative@tron.co.uk to book a place


with Lindsay Mitchell
Mon 3rd Sep - 2:00pm
Mon 3rd Sep - 3:00pm
Mon 3rd Sep - 4:00pm
Mon 3rd Sep - 5:00pm
Meeting Room
1 hours
Closed to Non-Members
Members Free
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Here at the Tron there’s no such thing as a silly question. If you have a burning question about making work (silly or not) then here’s your chance to ask it. Whether you’re struggling to understand a contract, balance a budget, book a tour, write a tech rider or just need to bounce an idea off someone then let us know. Members of team Tron will be available on the afternoons listed above to have a brew, answer some questions and get to know MAKER members and their work.

Email creative@tron.co.uk to book a place

 


with COMMON
Thu 6th Sep - 7:00pm
Changing House
3 hours
Free but ticketed
Level: All
Suitable for: All

COMMON GROUND is an inclusive, supportive discussion exclusively aimed at artists who self-identify as working-class. This event will offer a platform for working-class artists based in Glasgow and the surrounding areas to discuss the barriers to career progression they face in UK theatre, and offer their suggestions of opportunities which could be created to help artists overcome these barriers.

Participants will take part in a supportive discussion contributing to the dialogue between the Tron Theatre and COMMON about how to effectively support working-class artists in this region.

COMMON is an arts organisation which exists to support the UK theatre industry in achieving greater socio-economic diversity, and help artists from working-class backgrounds build sustainable careers in theatre. We are an inaugural Associate Company of English Touring Theatre, collaborating with them to outreach our work across the UK and support the nationwide development of working-class artists. We are also proud to receive support from esteemed, working-class Patrons including Olivier award-winning playwright James Graham.

www.commontheatre.co.uk


with Judith Doherty
Mon 10th Sep - 12:30pm
Changing House
2 hours
Non Members £30
Members £15
Level: 1 - Beginner & 2 - Intermediate
Suitable for: Theatre makers and producers

Using recent productions as case studies we'll look at how Grid Iron shows are conceived and then brought to fruition including the sensible things like timeframes, budgeting and fundraising and then the exciting things like finding performance sites, health and safety on site, working with venues, co-producing and putting together creative teams. We'll talk about when things have worked, when they haven’t, and when they shouldn’t have but did.

Participants will learn how Grid Iron approach different kinds of productions and will leave with tips on budgeting and fundraising, finding sites, working with venues and forging partnerships and co-productions. Please come armed with lots of questions.

Judith is the Producer, Chief Executive and Co - Artistic Director of Grid Iron which she founded in 1995. Grid Iron is an Edinburgh based new writing theatre company which specialises in creating site-specific and location theatre although they also produce work for the stage. In their 22 years, they have received 31 awards and 29 nominations covering all aspects of their work from acting, writing and music to stage management, design and technical expertise.

www.gridiron.org.uk

 


with Douglas Maxwell
Mon 10th Sep - 7:00pm
Changing House
2 hours 30 minutes
Non Members £30
Members £15
Level: All
Suitable for: Writers & Theatre Makers

An informal lecture, chat and Q & A on all aspects of professional playwriting and dramaturgy. A session for writers and theatre makers who need a boost, a spark and the reassurance that they're on the right track. The session will also look as dramaturgy – what it is, how to get into it and the relationship between playwrights and dramaturgs. Participants will leave feeling equipped, informed and ready to work with an awareness of different avenues available to them.

Douglas Maxwell has been one of Scotland’s top playwrights since his debut in 2000. His recent work includes The Whip Hand at The Traverse Edinburgh, Charlie Sonata at The Royal Lyceum Edinburgh, Yer Granny (a version of Roberto Cossa’s La Nona) for the National Theatre of Scotland and Fever Dream: Southside for The Citizens, Glasgow. His plays are published by Oberon books. His first collection of work focuses on his writing for younger audiences and includes Decky Does a Bronco, Mancub, Too Fast, The Mother Ship and Helmet.

*Please bring a notepad and pen.


with Suzy Catliff
Tue 11th Sep - 1:30pm
Changing House
3 hours
Non Members £30
Members £15
Level: 2 - Intermediate & 3 - Advanced
Suitable for: Performers

Join casting director Suzy Catliff for an interactive practical Self Taping workshop. Suzy will critique and give handy hints and tips on the do’s and don’ts of self-taping for auditions in a supportive, relaxed group setting. All Suzy’s workshops are run in a relaxed, supportive and positive environment allowing you to share and learn from everyone within the group as well as from Suzy’s feedback and notes.

This workshop offers the opportunity to ‘practise’ this increasingly used technique and learn some simple do’s and don’ts in order to increase your potential and allow your work to be seen in a more positive and professional light.

Suzy works as a casting director, theatre director, lecturer and writer. She is a member of the Casting Directors Guild and associate member of The Writers Guild. She is UK Casting Associate for Shaftesbury Films in Toronto and has worked on all series of The Inspector Murdoch Mysteries (13 and counting) and the new series Frankie Drake. She also works in drama schools and in actor training and is an examiner for Trinity College London.

www.suzycatliff.co.uk

* Using the Spotlight links provided, Suzy will send participants a suitable scene and ask you to record your own self tape and submit it by 9th September to creative@tron.co.uk. Non-members who have not already submitted their spotlight links will need to do so by 3rd September.

** Please wear lose fitting clothes and bring a notepad and pen


with Jason Perez
Wed 12th Sep - 10:30am
Changing House
7 hours
Non Members £60
Members £30
Level: 1 - Beginner
Suitable for: Performers

Longform improv is an art form that's been made famous by the likes of the Second City and the Upright Citizens Brigade as well as by performers such as Chris Farley, Amy Poehler, and Donald Glover. Emotion is the glue that holds improv together. It's the thing that will lead you to stronger scenes with great POV, characters, and connection to your partner.

In this full-day workshop, participants will work on finding and using emotions in scenes. Having a strong emotion helps to get performers out of their head and playing to the top of their abilities. Participants will also learn how emotion will keep them in the moment and help them to follow their instincts.

Jason Perez is the Artistic Director of the Edinburgh International Improv Festival. Originally from Southern California, he started doing improv with the National Comedy Theatre and Comedy Sportz. In Los Angeles, Jason performed and trained with The Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade, and IO West. In New York, Jason co-founded the corporate improv training company Improv (In) Corporation. Jason has been teaching improv for 8 years and performing/training for 16 years. He has worked with cast members and writers of shows such as SNL, Conan, Parks and Recreation, Master of None, The Good Place, and WWE. He has also been trained by such legends of the industry as Matt Besser, Ian Roberts, Miles Stroth, Will Hines, Anthony Atamanuik, Brian James O’Connell, Alex Berg, and Frank Caeti.

*Please wear lose fitting clothes and bring a notepad and pen.

www.jasonperezimprov.com


with Andy Arnold
Thu 13th Sep - 10:15am
Education Suite
3 hours 15 minutes
Closed to non-members
Members Free.
Level: 2 - Intermediate & 3 - Advanced
Suitable for: Directors

Observe Tron Theatre’s Artistic Director Andy Arnold and the team in a rehearsal session for the Tron’s’ autumn show to be announced soon.

Email creative@tron.co.uk to book a place.


Wed 19th Sep - 2:30pm
Meeting Room
3 hours
Closed to non-members
Members Free.
Level: All
Suitable for: Writers &Theatre Makers

Have you got a script in the making that you could do with hearing read aloud? Send a summary of the play using the online form and we’ll do a shout out for whoever's available to get around a table and offer their voices and feedback. This is not a formal read through and actors will be cast purely on their willingness to help and their availability i.e. a young man may end up playing an old lady for the afternoon and vice versa!

This session aims to help writers to develop their script by taking it off the page in a safe environment with no pressure of outside eyes, just friendly helpers. You send us what you've got, and we'll provide space and printing.

We can only work on one script per session, and scripts will be selected with a focus on offering a variety of voices, stories and characters. We do not require the full script, just a summary of the play and an idea of where you're up to. This will be an on-going event with plenty of chances to take part throughout the year.

Deadline Monday 10 September


with Alasdair Hunter
Wed 19th Sep - 7:00pm
Victorian Bar
2 hours 30 minutes
Non Members £3
Members FREE but ticketed
Level: All
Suitable for: Performers

Got an audition coming up? This workshop is a chance for actors to work on a monologue, push their work to the next level and get some feedback in a safe environment. Come with a speech prepared - this could be an old audition monologue that needs refreshing, something you've always loved, or a speech that pushes you in a new direction. It can be classical or contemporary.  Share it with the group and receive clear, structured feedback focused specifically on you as a performer. You'll have the opportunity to play with your speech in front of a supportive audience of peers, facilitated by director Alasdair Hunter.

Alasdair Hunter’s work has been seen in UK theatres including the Tron, Traverse, Hampstead Theatre, and Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, as well as across the Midwest USA. Directing Highlights include: Doctor Faustus (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe), What Country Friends Is This? (Aberdeen Performing Arts), Hamlet (Bard in the Botanics), and The Tempest (Stone Soup Shakespeare). Alasdair is a Connections Director for the National Theatre. He was Associate Director on Rachel O’Riordan’s production of The Seafarer.
 


Tue 25th Sep - 10:30am
Victorian Bar
7 hours
Non Members £3
Members Free but ticketed
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Need some desk space with likeminded people for the day? Bring your laptop and pull up a chair in the Vic Bar for the day with free tea all day and bowl of the soup of the day for lunch or members can get discounted food in the bar.

Email creative@tron.co.uk to book a place


Wed 26th Sep - 7:00pm
Victorian Bar
4 hours
Closed to Non-Members
Members Free
Level: All
Suitable for: All

Come and have a drink and see the Tron Theatre Company’s autumn production with your fellow MAKERS. Each MAKER will get a free drinks voucher. Book a ticket for the show through box office and we’ll be in the foyer from 7:15pm for you to collect your tickets and drinks vouchers from so come and say hello.


 
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