Duns Playfest Event

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Volunteer Hall

Langtongate

Duns

TD11 3AF

United Kingdom

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This Playfest ticket will admit one person to any of the following events in the Duns Playfest programme:

Note that a separate ticket is required for each event. Free entry for Children at primary school.
There is no need to book your seat. Turn up for your chosen event, buy or present your event ticket, sit back and enjoy!!

If you wish to attend one of the daily acting / dance workshops, separate booking is required. Scroll down for the link to more information and the booking form.

Please note that this programme may be subject to change Please check www.dunsplayfest.org.uk and our Facebook page for any last minute updates.

Sat 4 May
4pm Welcome Fancy Dres Tea party
7pm Borders Pub Theatre - eight 10-minute plays
9pm Rehearsed reading of "Turning Tide" by Emily Larner

Sun 5 May
11:00am - 4:30pm Children's event "Make a play in a day" wth Allanbank Arts
7pm
"Margarets" by John McEwen. Discussion
9pm Comedy night - OpenMic - Whose line is it anyway?

Mon 6 May
2pm "What’s the point of drama?" Acting (Shakespeare) workshop/debate run by Peter Lerpiniere & Duns Players
5pm Rehearsed reading of extracts from “Test Log 19” by Grace Hobman and Mel Rae Thompson Fernandez
7pm "Somethin for Nothin" by Thomas Clark.
Discussion
9pm Rehearsed readings of "Shortlist" by Bob Noble

Tue 7 May
3pm "A Different Tune" by Elis Shotton performed by Act Your Age
7pm "Better at the Strath" by Campbell Hutcheson. Discussion.
8pm Rehearsed reading of "No Regress" by Robert Sproul-Cran
9pm Rehearsed reading of “First Steps” By Anita John

Wed 8 May
2pm Play performed by Duns Primary School pupils guided by Tom Murray
2-3.45pm Rona Munro gives “Frankenstein” workshop to Berwickshire High School S3 students (not open to the public)
3-6pm Treading the Borders Writing Workshop “Writers' Inner Voices
7pm Rehearsed reading of "Colonel Anne" by David Sherriff

Thu 9 May
2-5pm Gathering of story-tellers. Professional storytellers meet local story tellers.
5-6.15pm Film show: Moving Image Makers, Collective.
6.30pm (The Black Bull) Whodunnit Workshop. How to write suspense fiction, with Janet O’Kane.
7pm "Somethin for Nothin" by Thomas Clark
9pm Cabaret “Yes/No” by Tom Murray and "Rebel Cello" by Jules Horne

Fri 10 May
2pm-5.30pm Creative Writing for Health and Wellbeing. (All welcome to come and share their creative writing, or just listen. A safe space to think and be, hosted by Writers in the Library).
6pm Talk by Des Dillon: “How do you actually write a play?
7pm “Margarets” by John McEwen
9pm Sing Song night hosted by Duns and District Amateur Operatic Society

Saturday 11th May
11am-1pm Jules Horne playwriting workshop sponsored by the Open University.
2pm “Better at the Strath” by Campbell Hutcheson.
7pm Ceilidh with The Coostie Folk

Note that a separate ticket is required for each event.

Those planning to attend 5 or more events may prefer to purchase a Festival Membership pass, entitling them to entry to all the events (except the closing Ceilidh). Scroll down for details and the link to purchase your Membership Pass.


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Volunteer Hall

Langtongate

Duns

TD11 3AF

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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