Stellar Quines celebrated 21 years of producing theatre that champions women in the arts on Sunday 3 August. A lively and informal reception was held in the bar at the Traverse Theatre after the performance of The Carousel, starring Maureen Beattie, attended by friends, colleagues and supporters of Stellar Quines past and present. The fizz was flowing and the macarons were towering high as everyone celebrated the achievements of Stellar Quines. Artistic Director Muriel Romanes gave a wonderfully passionate speech following on from thanks given by Marilyn Imrie, Chair of the Stellar Quines Board.
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Stellar Quines, The Jennifer Tremblay Trilogy, Creative Learning, Jemima Levick, The List, The Deliverance, Bingo! A new musical comedy, The Carousel, The View From Castle Rock, The 306: Day, Letters to..., The Air That Carries the Weight, The Fair Intellectual Club, Traverse Theatre, Muriel Romanes, Stellar Quine of the Month, The Last Queen of Scotland, The 306:Day, Rosie Priest, Threads, PIPA, Fibres, Catherine Grosvenor, Marilyn Imrie, Hannah Forsyth, #Metoo, Make Do & Mend, Creative Scotland, Artist Development, international women's day, Young Women Lead, #Respectis, The Lover, Glasgow Women's Library, rebecca sharp, research, The List Film, Untaught to Shine, Parents in Performing Arts, Caitlin Skinner