Quines – join together for the biggest celebratory participation artwork

On Sunday 10th of June, women and girls in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London will walk together as part of this celebratory mass participation artwork.
Wearing either green, white or violet, the colours of the suffragette movement, the PROCESSIONS will appear as a flowing river of colour through the city streets.
One hundred women artists

CATS Awards 2018 – shortlist announced with nomination for The 306 Day

The shortlist was announced today for the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) 2018. We are delighted that The 306 Day has been included in the shortlist and has received a nomination for the beautiful music in the production composed by Gareth Williams, with Musical Direction by Claire McKenzie and

Conscientious Objectors In Their Own Words

Before the First World War there had never been compulsory military service in Britain. The first Military Service Bill was passed into law in January 1916 following the failure of recruitment schemes to gain sufficient volunteers in 1914 and 1915.
There were approximately 16,000 British men on record as conscientious objectors

An insight into a true family story at the heart of The 306:Day

GERTRUDE FARR was 99 when she died and for most of her years she kept a shocking secret from even her closest family.
Her husband, Harry, was executed for cowardice during the First World War.
Now Gertrude’s struggle in the aftermath is being played out on stage in The 306: Day.
And her

Four star reviews in for The 306: Day

The Scotsman– Four Stars:
“although there have been many shows created in memory of the Great War over the past three years, I can’t recall one so possessed by the urgent sense that however much has changed, the world of these women is the same one we still inhabit today.”
The Herald–

The 306: Day – 4 Stars The Scotsman

“The music and song is sometimes almost overwhelming, the movement eloquent, the cast so fiercely committed to the story that they glow with a kind of angry incandescence.”