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
When the official took Jaimini Jethwa’s passport on her arrival at Kampala, he looked at it for a long time. As he handed it back to her, he said only two words: “Welcome home.”
“Traditionally, Indian culture isn’t really interested in history in that sense,” she says. “I think they feel
“Maybe it’ll give the next generation of people a different perspective of who they are in the world and instead of sort of hiding and running away from things they could maybe step up and own their history.”
Jaimini Jethwa writer of Last Queen of Scotland speaks to BBC about how
Jaimini Jethwa speaks to the STV at the Edinburgh Festival 2017 about the Last Queen of Scotland and growing up in Dundee.
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Stellar Quines retains a unique position within the cultural ecology of Scotland, as one of the few arts organisations whose primary occupation is concerned with the role of women and girls.
Our vision is to be Scotland’s leading touring theatre company, inspiring excellence
Jaimini Jethwa born in Africa grew up in Scotland, Dundee. Writer, Yoga Instructor, Live music producer, Video Producer, Abertay University, filmmaker, short films screened at Edinburgh fringe festival and playwright with upcoming production Last Queen Of Scotland produced by Stellar Quines and in association with Dundee Rep and National Theatre
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During this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe the company will be presenting The Last Queen of Scotland by Jaimini Jethwa, commissioned and supported by the National Theatre of Scotland and Dundee Rep. Part of madeinscotlandshowcase.com
We are seeking a Social Media/Digital Intern to support the
NEW 12 month fixed period board pioneer position
Deadline: 4th August 2017 at 17:00
Stellar Quines is seeking a pioneer to join their board of directors for a fixed 12 month term starting in September 2017. This position provides an opportunity to volunteer for a charity in a unique way, whilst
Stellar Quines joined over 20 other theatre, dance and music companies at the launch of the Made in Scotland 2017 showcase last week.
Jaimini Jethwa and Rebecca Davis (Stellar Quines) meet Fiona Hislop at the Made in Scotland launch
Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, announced the companies
We are delighted to see Nalini Paul on the list of the 2017 Robert Louis Stevenson Fellows whose play Beyond the Mud Walls we recently supported through Rehearsal Rooms. Nalini will be working on her first full collection of poetry weaving in elements of her life in India, Canada and Scotland
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Before the First World War there had never been compulsory military service in Britain. The first Military Service Bill was passed into law in January 1916 following the failure of recruitment schemes to gain sufficient volunteers in 1914 and 1915.
There were approximately 16,000 British men on record as conscientious objectors