National Theatre Of Scotland: Ferry Tales
Mon 24 Feb - Mon 13 Apr 2020
Ferry Tales celebrates the waters surrounding Scotland’s western isles and the voyages across them made by thousands of locals, workers and visitors each year.
With the help of local communities and world class artists, Ferry Tales brings a heartfelt story, told using English, Gaelic and BSL (British Sign Language), to three of Scotland’s major ferry routes: Wemyss Bay – Rothesay, Oban – Craignure, and Ullapool – Stornoway.
Perhaps you are in a local choir, part of a local band, society or club? We’re looking for people to get involved in our community performances, creating a 10 minute soundscape to welcome passengers as they disembark from the ferries on to the islands.
Come along to our community rehearsals to find out more. You can just turn up on the night.
Community Rehearsals: Isle of Mull
Every Monday evening from 24 February to 13 April
7pm – 9pm
Mull Theatre, Druimfin, Tobermory, PA75 6QB
Ferry Tales will open on the Wemyss Bay to Rothesay route from 07 to 11 April, with three performances on different sailings per day. The following week it will arrive on the Oban to Craignure ferries from 14 – 18 April, with performances twice a day (three performances on 15 and 17 April) and finally on the Stornoway to Ullapool return route from 21 – 25 April, with one performance per day.
For more information and for any questions please email email@example.com
Please note: your availability can be flexible – we do not need you to attend every rehearsal and performance.
Ferry Tales is supported by EventScotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters Events Fund with the support of Caledonian MacBrayne & their ferries.