Theatre

Chick Whittington

Macrobert Arts Centre

Fri 24 Nov - Sun 31 Dec, Time Vary

Tickets: £9-£19.50

Stirling Stella is under attack.  It’s been fifty years since The Great Christmas Rat Race of 1967 that almost destroyed the pantosphere and now Queen Rat is back!

Welcome My Son

A unique interpretation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, told through the monster’s eyes, using Chinese pole and physical theatre.

Abandoned by his father the Monster feels isolated and alone in this unique re-telling of the classic story, that also explores the themes of conformity and prejudice, giving them contemporary relevance.

Sprog Rock

Sprog Rock is a live interactive gig for all ages, but especially 0-5 year olds and their grown-ups.

The Sprog Rockers have toured across Scotland, creating music and gigs for children and adults to enjoy together. They're coming to Macrobert Arts Centre in October for two days of music inspired by, and made with, children from local nurseries – the set list really will be like no other!

A live interactive gig experience, full of celebration and playfulness, for all to enjoy, feel part of and join in with!

Brand New Scottish Musical

The Sunshine Ghost

Wednesday 18th October, 7.30pm

Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling

A fantastic new musical from Andy Cannon and Richard Ferguson, directed by Ken Alexander.

This new musical tells the wonderfully comic story of the acquisition of Castle MacKinnon by a love-struck billionaire and property tycoon for ‘Astrobeth’ - his fiancé and Hollywood’s favourite astrologer.

Dance Theatre: COAL

COAL

Thursday 28 to Saturday 30 September, 7.30pm

Macrobert Arts Centre

To mark the 30th anniversary of the closing of Polmaise Colliery in Stirling, award winning choreographer Gary Clarke proudly presents COAL, a riveting dance theatre show which takes a nostalgic look at the hard hitting realities of life at the coal face.

Police Drama: Stand By

Stand By

Thursday 21 September, 7.30pm

Macrobert Arts Centre

 

Written by a former Police Officer, Stand By shows the modern-day Police Service laid bare.

 

Four Police Officers sit in a riot van. Called out to a domestic dispute, which may turn violent. They are on stand by; waiting to enter a flat where a man is wielding a samurai sword...