ODTC’s farcical murder mystery evening at St Giles Plainstones, Elgin.
MY RURAL, MY SPACE
Told through the words of a mysterious travelling women and seen through the eyes of an incomer, the text is threaded with traditional and original music and song … more info>>
A sight-specific performance of Shakespeare’s play at Brodie Castle in collaboration with Findhorn Bay Arts … more info>>
ELGIN GOES TO THE MOVIES
The Golden Baptise – brought to you you once again by the exceptional and professional Out of the Darkness Theatre Company in collaboration with Elgin Bid … more info>>
THE MAGIC TOY SHOP
Madame Purple has spent years trying to get rid of the Toy Shop so she can build a shopping complex. Unfortunately for her and her cronies, the shopkeeper and toys have found a way to stop her … more info>>
An installation and exhibition that combined visual arts, animation film and multi-media input….
Our own version of Kathakali’s ‘Kiratham: The Hunter’s Story’, a visually exciting play bursting with music, dance and drama… more info>>
Our 2008 Christmas show performed at Elgin Town Hall in collaboration with pupils from Bishopmill Primary School.
BRIDGE OF DREAMS
A series of theatrical performances at at Craigellachie bridge in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Telford (1757 – 1834) … more info>>
THE DARK CABARET
Part of the Tayside Health Promotions initiative in March 2005, dealing with various issues on sexual health and bullying. It was performed to more than 3000 young people … more info>>
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
“William Shakespeare would have been a happy man had he watched a performance of his play ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ by Out of the Darkness Theatre Company” … more info>>
With only a candle to warm his cold, cold heart, it looks like being a frosty Christmas for McScrooge – unless, of course, someone can frighten him out of his miserly habits … more info>>
“Focussing on the decline through drugs of one teenage boy, convincingly played by Chris Adamson, the play is a hard hitting warning about drug and alcohol abuse.”
From Alan Bennet’s ‘Talking Heads’ collection, ’Bed Among the Lentils’ and ‘A Chip in the Sugar’ are monologues from the lives of ‘quiet desperation’ led by the characters Susan and Graham.
From the dances at Yarmouth and Buckie to the ten shilling note in the Bible we go back to laugh and weep with the people whose lives were moulded by their connections to the land and the sea … more info>>