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Our Ladies Olivier Noms

Our Ladies Olivier Noms

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour cast nominated for Olivier:

The entire cast of the NTS co-production with Live Theatre, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, has been nominated for the “Best Supporting Actress” award in this year’s Oliviers.

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A Decade without Walls

A Decade without Walls

BBC Doc celebrates 10 years of the NTS:
Vicky Featherstone, the founding artistic director of the National Theatre of Scotland, has revealed that hit show Black Watch made her believe in theatre again.

September 27, 2016 | By | Reply More
Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour

Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour

★★★★★ Riotous assembly:
Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour is a massive beast of a thing, beautifully crafted in its ragged humanity and utterly irresistible.

August 28, 2015 | By | 5 Replies More
Five Minute Theatre Returns with Youth theme

Five Minute Theatre Returns with Youth theme

NTS calls for new pieces for 14 July transmission By Thom Dibdin The National Theatre of Scotland is calling for submissions for its next Five Minute Theatre event, which will take place on Saturday 14 July. The second of five planned transmissions this year, the theme will be Youth. Applications are open now and should […]

May 22, 2012 | By | Reply More
Featherstone to leave NTS at end of 2012

Featherstone to leave NTS at end of 2012

NTS artistic director takes up post with Royal Court By Thom Dibdin Vicky Featherstone, inaugural artistic director of the  National Theatre of Scotland is leaving to take up the post of artistic director at the Royal Court in London. Featherstone will take up her new position in Spring 2013 and will continue to lead the […]

May 11, 2012 | By | Reply More
The Vicious Circle

The Vicious Circle

First published in The Stage, March 18 2010 Now entering its fifth year, the  National Theatre of Scotland has suffered considerable criticism in recent times through the press, with accusations that it is failing to fulfil its duty as a promote of Scottish theatrical tradition. Such vilification is misguided, argues Thom Dibdin, and in fact […]

March 29, 2010 | By | Reply More
Wall of Death or Way of Life?

Wall of Death or Way of Life?

By Thom Dibdin When you call your show the Wall of Death and open it on a Friday night in Glasgow, you’d have to expect the cast of Taggart to turn up en masse, on the lookout for a Murrderr. In fact, nothing of the sort happened at the SECC last night – at least […]

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