WE are delighted to be welcoming back the National Theatre of Scotland this November with 2 new works:
CALUM’S ROAD, Tuesday November 15th Adapted for the stage from the novel by Roger Hutchison, tells the true story of one man’s self-set challenge: crofter Calum Macleod decided to build miles of road for the north end of Raasay, an island just off Skye, using little more than a shovel, pick and wheelbarrow. It’s a story of de-population, emigration, of the Gaelic language disappearing and human dignity.
TALL TALES FOR SMALL FOLK Wednesday November 16th 2011promises to present today’s families with all the fantasy and wonder that hunchbacks and swans, magic boots and changeling children have offered through the ages. A story telling piece featuring superb traditional Scottish stories from the telling of traveller Duncan Williamson.