Blog Posts tagged: theatre

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Great Books that Were (Initially) Flops

Think famous writers were always successful? Think again! We take a look at some of the world's most famous writers books that (initially) flopped.

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Word of Mouth poster

Inspiring Young Writers with Toonspeak Young People's Theatre

Find out how 20 dedicated 11-25 year-olds created the show 'Word of Mouth' with Toonspeak's artistic director Skye Loneragan.

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The Selfish Giant

Adapting The Selfish Giant for a 21st century audience

Iain Johnstone describes the challenges of adapting Oscar Wilde's classic short story

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Hickory and Dickory Dock

Hickory and Dickory Dock at the National Museum of Scotland

More than a year ago Wee Stories started talking to Alison Rae at the National Museum of Scotland about making a new show to be performed in the museum, for children aged 4-7 and their families. After a couple of 10am meetings in the museum café, surrounded by chimes and bongs, we thought it might...

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Student and Lewis Hetherington

Play writing with Lewis Hetherington at Lochend Community High School

S6 students turn playwrights with help from Lewis Hetherington

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