Eight young womxn completed our Quines Writes training programme in early July. Many of them have continued writing theatre reviews so we wanted to share some more of their work with you. Read more
Tickets are on sale for a new Hack the Patriarchy event hosted by Stellar Quines and director Caitlin Skinner, supported by the National Theatre of Scotland. Read more
Noren Haq shares her experiences of taking part in ‘Writing for Performance: Muslim Women’s Stories’, our project in partnership with Glasgow Women’s Library. Read more
Earlier this year, Ivy Z.A. Edwards joined Stellar Quines for a work placement. During her time with us she has produced articles and interviews with creatives. Here she interviews Erin McGee who, in addition to being Stellar Quines Company Administrator, is a playwright and dramaturg.
Can you please give a breakdown
Our Quines Writes programme has drawn to a close so we wanted to share the participants’ amazing work with you. Read more
A blog from Rosie Priest, Stellar Quines’s Creative Learning Associate. Read more
Stellar Quines is pleased to announce the six projects which will receive ‘Mini Make Do & Mend’ seed funding. Read more
Stellar Quines has released four new films following a Letters to… call out during COVID-19 lockdown, supported by Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Read more
National Theatre of Scotland’s Scenes for Survival launched with an extract from Stellar Quines co-production Fibres by Frances Poet, Read more
We are excited to launch our new Mini Make Do & Mend for artists to explore and experiment in response to the theme of ‘transformation’.
This opportunity is part of our COVID-19 response. There is a maximum fund of £500 available per successful proposal.
What amazing ideas could you develop on
Stellar Quines are partnering with YWCA Scotland – The Young Women’s Movement, Feminist Fringe and The List to tackle gender imbalance in theatre writing. Read more
The Stellar Quines team is offering support and advice to artists during these unprecedented and difficult times. Read more
We are putting a call out for submissions for the seventh instalment of our creative writing series, Letters to… Read more
Stellar Quines are seeking a talented and skilled person to fill the important role of General Manager for a fixed term period of maternity cover. Read more
The National Theatre of Scotland has today announced further details of its online activity during the current COVID-19 crisis, including a call-out for writers as part of its Scenes for Survival programme of online work, as well as further artists joining the project.
Scenes for Survival is a new season of
On the 16th March the UK Government announced new measures in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As a result Stellar Quines have made the decision to close. We are gutted to have to postpone all activities for a future date, but understand the importance of doing our bit to support each other. We are still working on planned future activities. Further info… Read more
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
March 8, 2020
An equal world is an enabled world. How will you help forge a gender equal world?
Celebrate women’s achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality.
In celebration of #IWD2020 we’re releasing our latest #lettersto ‘women of the future’.
Here are some other ways
International Woman’s Day: Remembering the Past and the strive for the Future: an article by Ivy Edwards our work placement in March 2020.
Equality should not be something we should have to fight for. The right to be acknowledged. The right to be heard. The right to feel like our contributions
Ivy is on work placement with us throughout March finding out more about working in a producing theatre company. This will include writing some pieces for the website so you’ll hear more from her soon. Here’s a little introduction:
Graduating from the University of Brighton with a BA Hons in English
To celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day we have chosen the letter – ‘To Isobelle’ written by Jassy Earl in response to our Letters To…Women of the Future Provocation. An intimate and familial letter ‘To Isobelle’ is a beautiful and poignant portrayal of a relationship changing through age. Read more
- Watch our Artistic Director and CEO Q&A with Jemima Levick
- HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD – a creative opportunity for young women
- Artistic Director and Chief Executive Officer vacancy
- Creative Learning: An Interview with Rosie Priest
- Meet our M*****classes: Production Management participants