Stellar Quines will be on the road with two new productions in October and November. Stellar Quines and Citizens Theatre present Fibres, by Frances Priest and Stellar Quines and Pearlfisher present Hope and Joy, by Ellie Stewart. The productions will be on tours round Scotland from Oct to Nov. Read more
A story of love, laughter and the untold legacy of Glasgow’s shipyards Fibres by Frances Poet. A new Stellar Quines and Citizens Theatre production on sale now.
Stellar Quines are dedicated to making sure all of our engagement projects are explored and evaluated as best as possible, so for our ‘Motherhood Special’ project we asked one of the participants to tell us a little more about what a typical day looks like to her, and how our
Stepping Stones is a voluntary organisation that provides support services to young parent families and pregnant women living in the North Edinburgh area. They aim to promote and support the social development and education of families with young children and Stellar Quines have been working with them for the past
The Scottish tour of our current production (part of the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival on-tour programme) the UK premiere of children’s show This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing is well under way and the show has received some wonderful reviews! Read more
Today we are putting a call out for submissions for the fourth installment of our creative writing series: Letters to… This time, Stellar Quines would like you to write a letter to your body hair.
Whether you grow or you mow, Stellar Quines would like you to write a letter to
Stellar Quines are seeking a talented and skilled person to fill the important role of Producer for a fixed term period of maternity cover.
Applications deadline: Friday 25th May 2018. Read more
Mid-tour of the new Scottish musical, Bingo, Jo Freer stopped by for a cuppa and a chat. Join Jo and Brian in this Putting it Together podcast as they discuss what happens when you don’t get the lead role (and you’re five years old), touring America and, of course, dobber choreography.
THE FRAGILITY of female friendship, the sense of loss when babies arrive on the scene, the ticking of the biological clock . . .
There are a full house of themes contained in Bingo, a new comedy musical that’s set to appear in Glasgow.
And actress Jo Free is loving the chance
Unfortunately for reasons beyond our control Monday 12 March performance of Bingo! has been cancelled.
This year we mark International Women’s Day by Premiering our new musical comedy Bingo! at Assembly Hall in Edinburgh.
Co-produced with Grid Iron, an award winning theatre company run by two amazing women, we bring an amazing ensemble to the stage featuring some of the most talented women in Scottish theatre. Read more
Despite a stellar effort from the cast and crew #thebeastfromtheeast has impacted on our Bingo! tech and rehearsal time. So we can ensure you see the best of Bingo! we have cancelled this week’s Preview on the 6th March. Please join us for the Preview on the 7th or any