Stirling

Autumn Workshops for Children & Young People

Macrobert Arts Centre run a range of creative classes in drama, dance, film and art, offering children and young people (aged 6-18) the chance to create, explore and get involved. The Autumn term for classes start Tue 23 Aug and there’s still time to sign up for many of the workshops.

As well as their popular exiting classes, Macrobert has a range of new classes for the Autumn term;

Comic Art 

Rapture Theatre: Democracy

Stars of stage and screen join Rapture Theatre, as they return to Macrobert Arts Centre with their latest show!

Friday 2nd September & Saturday 3 September, 7.30pm

Democracy by Michael Frayn is a gripping spy thriller, based on a true story, from the writer of the West End Smash - Noises Off.

West Germany, 1969.

Boom Town: Live, Work, Play

Boom Town: Live, Work and Play
Digital photography workshops supported by Historic Environment Scotland
Delivered by Picture the Possible in association with Creative Stirling

Discover Stirling’s Victorian Heritage through the lens of your camera and exhibit your photographs at the Engine Shed During Doors Open Day in September.

Choose from three standalone workshop sessions exploring a different location and theme of the industrial heritage of Stirling on; Monday August 15, Tuesday August 16 and Wednesday August 17

Seaforth Public Art Project Artist: Basharat Khan

Creative Stirling are currently working with Stirling Development Agency and Stirling Council on the commissioning of public artwork for the new Seaforth building across from Stirling railway station to the corner at Maxwell Place.

The artwork is themed around celebrating the uniqueness of Stirling through its people; exploring the long list of extraordinary individuals who have made a contribution to history as innovators, champions, explorers, cultural icons and heroes.

Seaforth Public Art Project Artist: Selina Wagner

Creative Stirling are currently working with Stirling Development Agency and Stirling Council on the commissioning of public artwork for the new Seaforth building across from Stirling railway station to the corner at Maxwell Place.

The artwork is themed around celebrating the uniqueness of Stirling through its people; exploring the long list of extraordinary individuals who have made a contribution to history as innovators, champions, explorers, cultural icons and heroes.