Bingo! a new musical comedy

Bingo sign

An hilarious new musical comedy about friendship, forgiveness and wishing for more at the Bingo, brought to you by Grid Iron and Stellar Quines. Touring Scotland 6th March – 21 April 2018.

Update on Stellar Quines Creative Scotland Regular Funding 2018 – 2021

Edinburgh based theatre company Stellar Quines, that have for over 25 years celebrated the value and diversity of women and girls, has secured their position as one of Creative Scotland’s Regular Funding Organisation Portfolio 2018 – 2021.
The 3 year award of £409,333 represents a 22% cut to the company’s regular

The Lover opens this month

A sensual adaptation of The Lover by Marguerite Duras fusing spoken word and intimate dance, will bring smouldering heat to the stage when the show opens at The Lyceum on January the 20th.

12 Quines of Christmas

As a way to celebrate women we feel have made an impact moving forward the conversation in equality, culture and art we will be announcing our 12 Quines of Christmas each day until the 22nd of December! 

Village Pub Theatre playwright’s announced!

We are delighted to announce the lineup up plays for our International Day of the Girl Village Pub Theatre event on 11th October at The Village Pub.

Alison Carr – Until Its Gone
Deb Jones – Hairum Scarum
Drew Taylor- WIlson – I’m Sorry You’re Offended
Gemma Stroyan – Girls Who Squat
Laura Tansley –

Audition opportunity with Stellar Quines, Scottish Dance Theatre and Royal Lyceum Theatre

Scottish Dance Theatre is seeking an Asian Male Performer for a co-production with Stellar Quines and Royal Lyceum Theatre
Scottish Dance Theatre are casting a lead male dancer/performer role for an upcoming production of The Lover, a unique collaboration between Royal Lyceum Theatre, Scottish Dance Theatre and Stellar Quines.
Bringing together two

Village Pub Theatre and Stellar Quines International Day of the Girl event

The Village Pub Theatre and Stellar Quines are collaborating to celebrate International Day of the Girl on October 11th 2017 by presenting an evening of short plays responding to the theme ‘the role of the girl’.
All plays will be accompanied by playwright home-baking and presented in the Village pub, 16

The Lover

The Lover by Marguerite Duras. Adapted for the stage and directed by Fleur Darkin & Jemima Levick. Original translations by: The Lover, translated by Barbara Bray The North China Lover, translated by Leigh Hafrey.

Village Pub Theatre / Stellar Quines event – call out for submissions

The Village Pub Theatre and Stellar Quines are collaborating to create an evening of new short plays to celebrate International Day of the Girl on October 11th 2017
International Day of the Girl is a global campaign to raise awareness of the inequality faced by girls around the world based on

Jaimini Jethwa on the Janice Forsyth Show BBC

Jaimini speaks to Janice Forsyth on BBC Radio Scotland about how her life in Dundee sowed the seeds for her new play, The Last Queen of Scotland with a live performance from Rehanna MacDonald.
Listen Here from 1:30:00

Rebecca Donnelly performing in The Last Queen of Scotland

Rebecca Donnelly is delighted to be performing at the Fringe for the first time with Stellar Quines, performing in Patricia Panther’s role in The Last Queen of Scotland on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th August.
Her credits include : Still Game Live, Taking the Next Step, Glasgow Girls, We Will Rock