Letters to… is a new quarterly writing opportunity from Stellar Quines. It is open to anyone, from anywhere. Every three months we will put out a call for letters in response to a particular topic. Catherine and Jemima, from Stellar Quines, and an invited guest will select one letter that
Stellar Quines and Imaginate are co-hosting a PiPA event during this year’s Edinburgh International Children’s Festival.
It’s a great chance to share discussions and opinions about what it is like to be a parent or carer in the theatre and dance industry in Scotland, what challenges you might face and also
We were excited to read about the plans announced this week that a memorial to commemorate Conscientious Objectors is to be installed in Princes St Gardens in April 2019.
The design will be unveiled as part of International Conscientious Objectors Day which is commemorated on 15 May and has been designed
Stellar Quines are seeking a talented and skilled person to fill the important role of Producer for a fixed term period of maternity cover.
Applications deadline: Friday 25th May 2018. Read more
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 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
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
Edinburgh based theatre company Stellar Quines, that have for over 25 years celebrated the value and diversity of women and girls, has secured their position as one of Creative Scotland’s Regular Funding Organisation Portfolio 2018 – 2021.
The 3 year award of £409,333 represents a 22% cut to the company’s regular
I am delighted to be joining Stellar Quines’ board as a pioneer this year. It’s a fantastic opportunity to learn more about what boards do and how companies are governed. I hope I’ll gain insight into the kinds of problem solving, creative discussion and analysis which is important for helping
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