A couple of days at home now to rest after a flying visit to Inverness.
I’m just getting some time to reflect at the end of an extraordinary ten days
World renowned voice teacher Kristin Linklater came to see A Brief History of Evil on Hoy, and wrote a review of the piece for The Orcadian. Here it is in full.
After six weeks of criss-crossing Scotland with A Brief History of Evil from Galashiels to Coll, from Wigtown to Hoy, here’s some snapshots from the road.
30 Sept – 5 Nov 2016 Coming to a town near you…
Notes from set designer Ana Ines Jabares-Pita
Notes from sound designer Anna Porubcansky
Updates and rehearsal photos
Saturday before rehearsals start and the engines are definitely firing.
On the 23rd of April we’ll be performing A Brief History of Evil at Platform
Ewan recently finished a two-week residency at Dance Base working on his solo piece Achilles
We’ve just got back from an amazing and intense week in Orkney at the Kristin Linklater Voice Centre
Ewan will once again be collaborating with Al Seed and Alex Rigg to offer the Embodied Theatre Annual Residency
We’re going to be visiting venues in the Borders, the Highlands, Orkney, and the Inner and Outer Hebrides this Autumn and Spring.
In November, Ewan will be teaching a workshop for artists and performers as part of the ‘All in a Fankle’ workshop series at the CCA.
We’re thrilled to announce that Creative Scotland has awarded us funding towards our next project The End of Things.
Some images from our rehearsals for A Brief History of Evil at Kinning Park Complex in June.￼ ￼ ￼ ￼
Some rehearsal shots from the making of Seven Hungers at Kinning Park Complex, Platform and Woodend Barn
A field trip to the Cambus O’May cheese factory, and a campfire with amazing apple crumble cooked in orange peels and bread cooked in cans…
A few shots from our last period of rehearsals before heading to Summerhall to tech and premiere the show.