GOOD NEWS BINGO! FANS – Betty has news for you!
Due to overwhelming demand in Glasgow we have added an EXTRA performance of Bingo! on Saturday 14 April at 2pm.
The evening performances are almost sold out – check with the TRON BOX OFFICE for latest availability and returns.
So don’t delay –
On Friday 9th March, the Young Women Lead team (introduced in previous posts) gathered for our first Committee Meeting in Scottish Parliament. This was a pretty exciting day, as most of our training thus far had been preparing us to sit around the table and really get to grips with
A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to go into rehearsals for “Bingo!” to shadow the Director, Jemima Levick. The placement came about after I applied for the Stellar Quines Board Pioneer position last year. In my application I mentioned that it was a long term goal of
Earlier this year we were invited by Outside the Box to be part of the discussion to help shape practice around women’s equal access to the workplace. We fed back some thoughts and responses from discussions we have had with women in the creative industry.
Please read the Discussion Paper and
On this International Women’s Day 2018 I can’t help but reflect on the past year and how the debate surrounding gender equality and unacceptable sexual harassment has dominated the headlines.
I am pleased that we at Stellar Quines have embraced the debates and campaigns and raised awareness with our #Respectis Campaign
On International Women’s Day 2011, the 100th anniversary, Stellar Quines presented a reading of Cat and Mouse by Ajay Close. This told the story of the Scottish suffragettes that were imprisoned in Perth Prison and the terrible ordeals they suffered during their incarceration.
This was staged during Stellar Quines production of
We are delighted to share the news that author and former Stellar Quines Board Member, Vivien French has received an Outstanding Achievement Award by the Scottish Book Trust.
Vivien has been a long time supporter of Stellar Quines and worked tirelessly for us during her time on the Board to support
LAST week’s unprecedented snowmaggedon may have caused Edinburgh to resemble a ghost town in what was pretty much a locked-down country, with shops and schools closing early, and public transport at a minimum. Anyone frequenting Meadowbank retail park, however, will be aware that at least one institution remained open for
Two Scottish theatre companies are collaborating in new musical comedy which is touring the country.
Grid Iron and Stellar Quines theatre companies come together to create Bingo!, a new musical comedy empowering women, writes Stacey Wylie.
Starring both stage and screen names including Louise McCarthy from ScotSquad and Two Doors Down, Wendy
EYES down for a full house… Every week more than two million women pour into local bingo halls across the UK, each hoping for that all elusive life-changing call.
Daniella’s one of those women. Except she isn’t just hopeful. She’s desperate. She needs Lady Luck to smile down on her
The team behind new musical drama Bingo!, about a group of women hoping their numbers come up, are aiming to hit the jackpot themselves Bring together Grid Iron Theatre, Edinburgh’s brilliant specialists in site-specific performance, and Stellar Quines, Scotland’s top theatre company led by and focused on women, and what
Ruth is Daniella’s best pal, she’s a new (and slightly stressed out) Mum! Will a night at the bingo help her relax? Not with this lot!
Our exciting new co-production Bingo! starts on the 8th March in Edinburgh at Assembly Festival, then tours Scotland until 21 April.
Tour dates and booking info