We hope everyone is enjoying 'Mother Goose'!
For those who bought tickets for Saturday Evening we've just spotted that the goblins have meddled with the timing printed on tickets sent to the Sweetie Shop!
The performance times on Saturday are 2PM and 6:30PM not 7PM as stated on some tickets.
Happy New Year to all our members, patrons and supporters! It has been a busy 2016 and we have been fortunate to have your support.
2017 is sure to get off to a bang with our Pantomime - Mother Goose - in January. Tickets are still available for some performances at the Box Office.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of 'The Amorous Ambassador' who played to full houses for the entire run and the laughter coming from the theatre was a good indicator that they were enjoying themselves! We even had someone asking if there were tickets available so she could see it again...
The carefully choreographed use of the many, many doors clearly needed much practice and suitable reinforcement by the stage crew to ensure they stayed on their hinges!
We are over moon to have been given 4-stars by BroadwayBaby.com in their review of 'Her Slightest Touch' at EdFringe 2016.
"There wasn’t one moment in Her Slightest Touch when my mind wandered. I was constantly gripped.”
You can read the full review at BroadwayBaby.com and you can still catch the final few performances at Spotlites, George Street, Edinburgh at 7:10pm every day until the 13th August. For all the details head to KP @ EdFringe
If you are age 18 or over and are interested in being involved with Kirkintilloch Players’ Autumn Play then come along to the Turret Theatre, 9 Eastside, Kirkintilloch on Monday 27th June at 7.30. There will be an informal reading of the plays under consideration as well as a chance to chat to current members. Auditions will be held on Thursday 30th June. Don’t be shy come along and give it a try!
Due to phenomenal early demand we were able to add an extra matinee performance to the show week for 'Abigail's Party'. All of the performances received positive feedback from the sell out audiences and it was great to be able to bring the '70s to life in the Turret - complete with bright orange furniture!
With Robert Benison at the helm in his first full length production as producer audiences were treated to a great night out full of laughs and excitement. Well done to everyone involved!
For those who weren't able to experience it in person the photos from the production will be online soon.
We were pleased to hear that our Youth entry in the SCDA One Act Play festival, which was also entered into the original playwriting competition was placed third in that competition.
'Three Men One War' was written by some of our Youth Members enjoyed success in the drama competition as well as receiving positive adjudication in the writing competition. Congratulations to all who were involved in the writing process.
After all the preparations we're pleased to celebrate success for both our Adult and Youth entries in the Glasgow District round of the SCDA One Act Play Festival.
Both plays received positive adjudications from the Adjudicator and we brought home a number of trophies:
- 2nd Place Trophy - Kirkintilloch Players - MOT
- Glasgow Youth Trophy - Kirkintilloch Youth - The Lonely Road to Freedom
- Hilda Hankin Trophy for Stage Presentation - Kirkintilloch Players - MOT
Both our teams now progress to the second round of their respective competitions. The Youth team will progress to the Western Division Youth Final at Stranraer on 12th March and the Adult Entry progresses to the Western Divisional Open Final in Greenock on 19th March.
Both the Adult and Youth sections will be performing in the SCDA One Act Play festival on Saturday 5 March at Eastwood Park Theatre.
The Adult Section will present MOT by Mike Tibbets and the Youth Section will present The Lonely Road to Freedom by The Cast
Both plays will have their first public performance at the festival with the Youth entry having been written by the cast and the Adult entry being the winner of the playwriting competition of the SCDA, Play On Words
The teams would value your support on Saturday at Eastwood. Curtain up is at 7pm.
We are pleased to announce that this years Spring Production will be
by Mike Leigh
This iconic and much loved play presents several challenges, not least of all finding suitably 70's furniture and props for the set!
It will be performed in the The Turret from
2 to 7 May 2016
As the rehearsals get underway we'll be keeping the Productions page up to date with the progress and we'll have ticket information available very soon
Did you join us in Pantoland last week? We'd love to hear what you thought of your visit to help us improve the show for future years.
We have a short survey which will only take a few minutes to complete
Unfortunately all tickets for 'Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs' are now SOLD OUT.
Thanks for all your support and encouragement as we begin our run in Lenzie Academy. For those of you lucky folks who got your hands on a ticket we'll see you there!
If you booked online here is some handy information about your visit to Lenzie Academy:
Are you a member of a local community group or know someone who is? If so why not organise a night out at the Kirky Players Panto? With block booking discounts for groups of 10 or more its a great way to have a night out in the local area.
We are currently taking block bookings for our Annual Pantomime, which this year is
and the 7 Dwarfs
12th to 16th January 2016
Whether you are involved in a youth organisation, adult community group or any other type of organsiation and want to know more, why not Contact Us to find out more.
Public Sales will begin in November, why not sign up for our Mailing List and we'll let you know as soon as they go on sale!
We are pleased to announce that this years pantomime will be
January 12th-16th 2016
Ticket information will be available in due course but make sure you are first in the queue by signing up to our mailing list using the form above.
If you fancy a chance to appear on stage then we need you! There are opportunities for youths in Primary 6 and above and adults of all ages to audition. Find out all the details on our Panto Auditions page.
Kirkintilloch Players were last night crowned British Champions at the British Final in Bracknell. We beat of stiff competition from the other 3 home nations to bring the Howard de Walden trophy back to Scotland.
Thanks to everyone who sent messages of congratulations and supported us on our journey, From the first round in Glasgow, 'Her Slightest Touch' has taken us to Kilmarnock, Orkney and now Bracknell.
The many months of rehearsals have culminated in a first class performance from Keith and Amy, cheered on by Team Kirkie and everyone else at the British Final.
We will soon be trialling online booking to test the market. For our next productions we'll be making a limited number of tickets available online.
Keep an eye on the Tickets page for more information...