sunday 12th february

 
 
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QMU Drama Society Showcase

6:00PM (45 mins)
Scottish Storytelling Centre, Netherbow Theatre
Theatre

Our work comes from various mediums - plays we love, musicals we've watched, animation we enjoy seeing and personal stories. Any work our society members want to create we strive to develop and put on show to showcase our society's talents.

£5 (Full price) / £3 (Concessions) / Donations upon entry

Phaedra's Psychosis

Leave It At The Door Theatre Company

7:00PM (45 mins)
Scottish Storytelling Centre, Netherbow Theatre
Drama

Inspired by Sarah Kane's work, this piece brings up questions about the workings of the mind, a woman's worth in the world and how love can make a person overstep their boundaries and achieve clarity. An all-female cast grapples with empowerment, self-worth and devotion that goes beyond the own life.

£5 (Full price) / £3 (Concessions) / Donations upon entry

QMU ComSoc: We were replaced by cyborgs!

QMU Comedy Society

8:00PM (45 mins)
Scottish Storytelling Centre, Netherbow Centre
Sketch Comedy

Raunchy, edgy, surreal and downright silly sketch comedy intended to tickle the belly of the general public and make them question existence to an extent.

£5 (Full price) / £3 (Concessions) / Donations upon entry

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lauren pattison

9:00PM (1 hour)
Scottish Storytelling Centre, Netherbow Theatre
Stand-up comedy

Previewing her first debut hour, Lauren Pattison is one of the brightest young comedic talents in the UK. Finalist in numerous comedy competitions around the country, she is a rising star heading for great things. 'Sharp writing' (Guardian). 'Definitely one to watch' (Funny Women). 'You. Are. So. Funny' (Katherine Ryan).

£5 (Full price) / £3 (Concessions) / Donations upon entry

CHARLIE

Bhumi Collective

5:00PM-8:00PM (10-20 Minutes Per Performance)
Scottish Storytelling Centre, George Mackay Brown Library

Solo/interactive performance

If your words were the only thing a little girl could hang on to in this maddening world, what would you say to her? This project is a one-on-one interactive piece between one actor and one audience member. Each performance will be personalised lasting up to 15 minutes, and hopes to challenge the audience’s understanding of the world they live in through gentle introspection.

£5 (Full price) / £3 (Concessions) / Donations upon entry