Stellar Quines runs projects alongside our Creative Learning Programme providing a variety of ways for artists, our audiences (or both) to get involved with the company, develop skills and creative projects, or respond to our campaigns.
Scottish Drama Training Network – Fringe 2018 Stellar Quines are excited to be working in association with the Scottish Drama Training Network on their ensemble production at the Pleasance for Fringe 2018. Caitlin Skinner will direct the ensemble and is working with Catherine Grosvenor and Jemima Levick on Workshops, development, auditions and rehearsals.
Answers on a Postcard is our creative response to the #MeToo campaign and with our #Respectis campaign invites you to create, share and discuss thoughts around the current issues and debate on sexual harassment.
The Village Pub Theatre and Stellar Quines are collaborating to create an evening of new short plays responding to the theme ‘the role of the girl’ to celebrate International Day of the Girl on October 11th 2017.
Heroines sprung from Morna Young’s desire to get into a room with fellow writer-performers Belle Jones and Julia Taudevin to explore the concept of a ‘strong woman’. We are delighted to be supporting the development of their work and to have Glasgow WOmen’s Library as partners providing a space for them to meet, discuss and create…and have tea!
Play Amnesty17 – Stellar Quines & Glasgow Women’s Library joined forces to call out for donations of plays written by women to fill the new Drama Shelf at GWL launched on 8 March 2017 – International Women’s Day.
We want to celebrate diverse cultural voices!
Joan Eardley: A Private View – A new project in association with Heroica Theatre Company and National Galleries Scotland celebrating the life and work of Scottish artist Joan Eardley.
The Gamblers – Greyscale and Dundee Rep Ensemble in association with Stellar Quines and Northern Stage. Stellar Quines were delighted to be part of this in association production, which regendered The Gamblers with an all female cast; marrying our own commitment to push boundaries and challenge stereotypes.
Stellar Quines in partnership with the National Galleries of Scotland presented Untaught to Shine, a project for emerging theatre practitioners.
Knit Two Together (K2TOG) was a Heritage Lottery funded, All Our Stories project aimed at championing the female stories and histories intertwined in the Scottish Borders’ textiles industries as well as celebrating all things knitting. K2TOG was run in partnership with Heart of Hawick. Threads by Sylvia Dow was commissioned as a result of this project touring the Scottish Borders in Autumn 2015.