Autumn / Winter 2016

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Is this a dagger? / September 2016

The story of Macbeth for ages 8+. Andy cannon, formerly of Wee Stories Theatre is one of Scotland’s finest storytellers for children. Is this a dagger? Is Andy’s story of Macbeth. Audiences join Andy on a thousand-year journey from fact to fiction and back again. Shakespeare’s celebrated play Macbeth is a tale most foul, of witchcraft, deceit & murder.

Saturday 24 September 2.30pm / Scottish Storytelling Centre

Touring schools in Edinburgh and West Lothian in the week beginning 19 September 2016.


Tales of a grandson / October 2016

Tales of a Grandson is one man’s re-telling of Scotland’s history – but this is no straight and dusty history lesson; this story is told by Andy Cannon, formerly of Wee Stories and one of Scotland’s finest storytellers, accompanied by composer and musician Wendy Weatherby.

Care Home Tour
3 October – 15 October / Touring nine care homes in the Edinburgh area in partnership with Luminate: Scotland’s creative ageing festival and the Festival & King’s Theatres Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Festival Theatre
Weds 12 October / Dementia friendly performance /

Eastgate Theatre & Arts Centre, Peebles
Thurs 13 October /


Black Beauty / Dec 2016 

Red Bridge and Traverse Theatre Company present Black Beauty. Performed by Andy Manley (White, My House) and Andy Cannon (Labyrinth, Arthur) with design by Shona Reppe (White, Huff) this re-telling of Black Beauty is not to be missed. For children age 6 and over and their adults

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