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 … Continue reading Conversations with Rosie: What makes Red Bridge tick?
We’ve finished this round of the Turntable tour and what a joy it’s been sharing and hearing music and stories with people around the country…and in Germany. Thank you to everyone who took part and invited us in. We’ve created … Continue reading Turntable 2018 tour playlist
The Turntable team have recently returned from Mannheim in Germany, where the show was staged as part of the Here and Now Festival, which is an … Continue reading Turntable on tour in Mannheim – reflections from co-creator Martin O’Connor
Last year Red Bridge Arts was awarded funding from Creative Scotland to develop and support the company base so that we could support more artists, engage … Continue reading Conversations with Rosie
A blog post by Nikki Kalkman, Assistant Director, Space Ape and Black Beauty Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life. … Continue reading Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.
A blog post from the Space Ape rehearsal room by assistant director Nikki Kalkman Continue reading Would you go to Mars?
We’re delighted to welcome 3 new team members to the Red Bridge team, thanks to funding from Creative Scotland and Federation of Scottish Theatre. Jennifer Cummins … Continue reading New team and space for Red Bridge Arts
Living beside the Forth Rail Bridge has been the lasting and final inspiration for the naming of the company. The bridge is a phenomenal, man made structure with an unquestionable industrial aesthetic, but it lives in my world equally as an awe inspiring feat of engineering and at the same time a colourful part of the natural world. Every day i walk beside and under it and every day when the sun hits it at a certain time i am stopped in my tracks, inspired again. I’ve lived in the village of North Queensferry for 12 years and throughout that time … Continue reading what’s in a name?