Songs and stories celebrating women whose courage, love, inventiveness and human spirit have stood up to injustice and oppression over continents and centuries and changed our lives forever. From the Scottish witch-killings to the Vietnam War, from Syrian refugees to the photographer who rode through Mongolia to record other women’s lives, it really is an evening to inspire.
Christine Bovill is back with a brand new show that celebrates the Golden Age of French Song and transports you to a twilight evening in Paris. Winner of a Spirit of the Fringe Award in 2017, this show has drama, pathos and pizzazz and casts a spotlight on the songs and stories of Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Juliet Greco, Charles Aznavour and many more.
A quirky quartet of playful musicians create an enchanting classical music experience for very little ones. Discover two violins, one cello, one raccoon, and the story of a very important tree. The violin was carved from this tree and this tree is conjured by the music of the violin: this is the tree's sonata. The show is created especially for babies, and has a relaxed and comfortable performance style with the chance to stay and play afterwards. Recommended age 0 - 18 months
Have you ever done a bad thing, like really bad? Yeah. I started Breaking Bad when our Davy was on the night-shift. Every week more than 2 million women pour into local Bingo halls across the UK, each one hoping that all elusive HOUSE will change their fortunes forever. Daniella’s one of those women. Except she isn’t just hopeful. She’s desperate. She needs Lady Luck to smile down on her tonight. She’s done a bad thing. No, a really bad thing, and if her card doesn't have those winning numbers, she’s going to have to resort to desperate measures to take home that prize money. Featuring barnstorming original numbers, a lot of banter and cheeky humour, join us for an unforgettable night at Bingo! Age recommendation 14+
Macrobert, Stirling University
Bridge of Allan
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