Neil Laidlaw and Jason Haigh Ellery are proud to announce additional performances of The Steamie when it returns to the Scottish stage in celebration of its 30th anniversary in 2017.
Opening in Kirkcaldy on Wednesday 6th September, 2017, the show will tour to His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen, Dundee Rep, Ayr Gaiety, Eden Court Inverness, the Macrobert Arts Centre Stirling, King’s Theatre Glasgow and the King’s Theatre Edinburgh.
Due to demand extra performances have now been added in Dundee, Ayr, Stirling and Glasgow.
On Tuesday 24 October at the King’s Theatre in Glasgow, a special red carpet gala performance will bring together the stars of Scottish theatre and screen in a celebration of this seminal Scottish play.
The producers are delighted to announce that they will partner with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for this special gala performance. A number of tickets will be sold through the RCS to raise funds for the institution in its 170th anniversary year. The Royal Conservatoire has consistently played a key part in creating a rich and successful theatre scene in Scotland over the last two centuries, and the producers are excited to join forces with them for the event to mark this incredible milestone.
For more information please see the full press release here.