Fri, 25 Sep | Online Performance Night

Doric Performers meet 'Scotland The What?'

Join us for an evening of Doric delight hosted by Mae Diansangu, with guests Sheena Blackhall, Shane Strachan, and young North-East singer Ellie Beaton, followed by comedy sketches and songs performed by students, inspired by comic trio of UoA alumni 'Scotland the What?'
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TIME & LOCATION

25 Sep 2020, 19:00 – 20:30 BST
Online Performance Night

ABOUT THE EVENT

Join us for an evening of Doric Delight hosted by North-East writer Shane Strachan, who will performing his acclaimed film-spoken word piece, ‘The Bill Gibb line’, with guests Sheena Blackhall, Mae Diansangu, and young North-East singer Ellie Beaton. Rounding off the evening will be a series of comedy sketches and songs performed by students, taking inspiration from the comic trio of University of Aberdeen Alumni 'Scotland the What?'. A mix of old favourites from the original scripts and new pieces with a modern flavour.

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Image courtesy of Graeme Roger, Designs by Kimberley Monaghan and Kirstie Noble.

Registration is Closed

© 2020 by WORD Centre for Creative Writing and University of Aberdeen.
For more information contact: waywordfestival@gmail.com | University of Aberdeen, King's College, Aberdeen, AB24 3FX

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