Introducing the first film in the Letters to… series produced by Stellar Quines.
Each film is a letter to someone or something that has affected the writer’s life. This first theme was to a woman who was an activist, a feminist, and inspired change and hope.
Stellar Quines are delighted to be providing creative support to the development of The Network’s new Fringe production Propeller, directed by Caitlin Skinner (Village Pub Theatre, Sanitised, Woke). The Network was first formed in 2017 and is part of Scottish Drama Training Network.
Thank you to everyone who has sent us a Letter to a woman who has inspired them because of the work she is doing to change things for the better. Submissions are now closed.
We are pleased to say we have had a good response to our first call out. The selection process is now starting and we will announce the successful contribution very soon.
Tomorrow, 28 June, is the final day to submit your Letters to…a Woman Who Brings Me Hope in the Dark
Don’t miss being part of the first edition of Letters to… in which we celebrate our support of the Scottish Drama Training Network’s upcoming Fringe production Propeller, by The Network Ensemble, directed by Caitlin Skinner. Read more
Catherine Grosvenor, Creative Learning Associate at Stellar Quines is working with the Scottish Drama Training Network on their Ensemble Project that will perform at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Recently, Catherine went to Aberdeen to provide dramaturgical assistance. Read more
Here at Stellar Quines, we are all about inspiring excellence in girls and women. And what better way to do that than to work with the excellent and inspiring Caitlin Skinner? This Fringe 2018, Caitlin is going to be working with an as-yet-unformed ensemble of actors drawn from the graduating
Stellar Quines’ creative learning work aims to empower and inspire girls and women. We want to encourage a wide ranger of people to get involved with theatre; explore ways of making theatre relevant and exciting to more people; and enable people to have fun expressing themselves creatively.
Current projects include: