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  • Alistair Braidwood

Futuristic Folktales: The Scots Whay Hae! Podcast Talks To Charlotte Mclean, Nelly Kelly & Malin Lewis...


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The latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast is all about the new experimental work Futuristic Folktales, and Ali caught up with Dance-theatre artist and director Charlotte Mclean, writer Nelly Kelly and composer Malin Lewis to learn all about it.



They each break down their individual roles before talking about the collaborative process involved, and how working together was inspirational, and educational, for them all. The talk also turns to the other members of the team, and the joys, and challenges, of making live theatre and going on tour, and how this was not only a new experience for the artists and performers, but how that will translate to audiences as well.


It's a warm and informative conversation about an exciting piece of dance-theatre which promises to inspire and uplift, and we hope it will leave you wanting to experience it for yourself.


Here are the tour dates:

Tojo Theatre, Bern (Thursday 11, Friday 12 & Saturday 13 April - 8:30pm

The Place, London (Thursday 18 April - 7:30pm

Tramway, Glasgow (Friday 26 & Saturday 27 April - 7:30pm (Fri) & 2pm (Sat)


Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2024

Dance Base at Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh (Tuesday 13 - Sunday 18 August, as part of Made in Scotland)



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