We are all aware of the disturbing and ever-changing news relating to COVID-19 – and the measures being taken across the world to prevent the spread of the virus. As we all face uncharted territory and unknown challenges, we are … Continue reading Red Bridge Spring 2020 Programme announcement
Lettuce be thankful for these berry good reviews. They’ve planted a smile on all our faces… [RED BRIDGE ARTS] would appear to have another hit on its hands. The Sunday National Astutely grounds the ‘magic’ of the garden in a … Continue reading The Secret Garden reviews
(4 minute read / lifetime action) Earlier this month I spent some time in Kolkata / Calcutta. It is known as The City of Joy…and I would add to that Colour, Charm, Energy, Chaos and Complexity. It is an astonishing … Continue reading Reflecting on a week in the City of Joy on World Children’s Day
PRESS RELEASE: 23/10/2019
Red Bridge Arts presents a wild and beautiful retelling of the classic tale for families, adapted by Rosalind Sydney.
Coming to stages across Scotland in February 2020. Continue reading “World premiere of The Secret Garden blossoming into Spring 2020”
Giddy up, London! We are thrilled to be partnering with Southbank Centre this winter, to present Black Beauty to London audiences as part of Southbank Centre’s Winter festival. Hamish and the McCuddy brothers will be making their way down the M1 this December, to perform between 14 December 2019 and 5 January 2020. Continue reading “Black Beauty gallops into The Southbank Centre for Christmas”
We have created 2 new resources to help deepen the audience experience with our performance Stick by Me, created by Andy Manley and Ian Cameron. See the Resources page for: A Visual Story – created to help make the show more accessible … Continue reading New resources for Stick by Me
On the road again We just can’t wait to get on the road again The life we love is sharing theatre with our friends… We have another busy autumn and winter planned with 5 shows on the road in Scotland, … Continue reading ON THE ROAD AGAIN… TOUR DATES AUTUMN – WINTER 2019
Last month I had the honour, nay, the privilege of being invited to be a delegate with the Red Bridgets at the Imaginate Festival (I know, I know its officially The Edinburgh International Children’s Festival now – but Imaginate is … Continue reading On being invisible… by Red Bridge friend and associate Shona Reppe
Stick by Me by Andy Manley and Ian Cameron won the Award for Best Production for Children and Young people at yesterday’s CATS Awards Ceremony. ‘Imaginary friends can come in all shapes and sizes – for Andy Manley’s isolated loner, the … Continue reading Red Bridge Arts wins CATS Award for third year running
What makes Red Bridge tick? In conversation with Alice she emphasises the fact that Red Bridge is ideas led. Taking this a bit further she gives an example of the genesis of Black Beauty. She had the idea that she … Continue reading Conversations with Rosie: What makes Red Bridge tick?