2017 - October
After a 2 year break, we will be back in 2018 with a new one woman play, set in Ayrshire in the 1990s. We are casting just now and will post more exciting new in due course.
Linwood No More - the 5 star show opens in Glasgow
After the huge success at The Edinburgh Fringe, Linwood No More is transferring to The Tron in Glasgow. The play is on from the 9-11th October 2014 at 8pm. Don't miss your final chance to see the play in Scotland this year. www.tron.co.uk
The Edinburgh Festival
We have two shows on this year at the Festival, Linwood No More from 4th to 23rd August at venue 260 and MacBheatha from 11th to 24th at Venue 26. Come and see our work in Edinburgh.
New sponsors of our work this summer include The Phoenix Car Company, Bord Na Gaidhlig, The Scottish Parliament, Gaelic Books Council and Film Cars. More sponsors always welcome, please contact us to help out or sponsor a seat using the tab on this web site.
March 2014 - three new Gaelic plays to be produced
We are delighted to announce that we will be producing three Gaelic language plays in 2014. Macbheatha (Gaelic MacBeth) will be produced as part of Made in Scotland at the Edinburgh International Fringe in August. Gaelic versions of Mac An Stroniach and Tam O'Shanter will be produced in Glasgow in October at The Citz with help from Bord Na Gaidhlig.
Linwood No More will be transferring to The Tron in Glasgow in October.
February 2014 Linwood No More coming to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
We are delighted to announce that Linwood No More will be performed for the entire run of the festival fringe in Edinburgh this year. We have been given a superb 5-6 pm slot for the show at TheSpaceUK's 8 th floor theatre at Jury's Inn just off the Royal Mile and minutes from Waverley Station.
Tickets on sale now: click here
January 2014 - Linwood No More to be taught in school
The script for Linwood No More has been purchased by Renfrewshire Councils Park Mains High School to be used by the Higher English classes as part of their drama learning. We are delighted that the students will be using a locally set script for their studies.
December 2013 - The Gulf Between Us
White Stag Theatre Company will be producing a new play in 2014 called The Gulf Between Us. The new play is a monolouge for a female actor and we will be casting in January / February 2014 in Scotland. The lead actor is a female in her 50s, and there is a small part for an elderly gentleman (70s-80s). Announcements on casting will be made in the Spring if not before.
December 2013 - Linwood No More published
We are delighted to announce that the script for Linwood No More is currently being published. It will be available to pre-order direct from White Stag Theatre Company. The price is £6.99 per copy and £7.50 including postage to any UK address. If you would like to order a copy contact us via email at email@example.com
November 2013 - Linwood No More preview tour ends on a high
White Stag Theatre Company would like to thank all of the audience members who came to see the preview shows of Linwood No More. We are glad that you enjoyed the show and thank all of those who sent in thank you letters. Very much appreciated. The show finished with a site specific showing at the former car factory in Linwood where the play is partially set. Paisley Arts Centre created a theatre within the former 1960s car showroom and a temporary stage off the bottom of the administration office staircase. This special venue really added to the occasion and was a great way to finish the preview tour. With this good feedback we are now taking it for its official world premier to The Edinburgh Fringe in 2014. Come and see the final version in Edinburgh.
Some of the reviews are printed below:
"..It was fantastic..." Leah Smith
"...great performance last night...." John Craig
"Vincent executed the character brilliantly, would happily go and see it again!" Robert Rice
"This is a fabulous show that captivates you from start to finish...Vincent pulls off a great character..." Carol Fanning
"...fantastic performance given by Vincent Friell. The Edinburgh Fringe would be richer for such a performance as that given last night" M.Scott
"...the atmosphere in the room was electric."
October 2013 - Standing ovation at Dunfermline preview
The show arrived at the Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline on Thursday 10th October. The Hillman Imp Club came to support the show and parked their cars at the front of the theatre. Vincent Friell was on top form, so much so, that at the end the applause was huge and some of the audience made a standing ovation.
September 2013 - social media
White Stag Theatre Company have joined Facebook. Have a search for us and if you like us let us know and you can keep up to date with live information on the latest theatre tour of Linwood No More.
September 2013 - updates
Rehearsals are now well underway in Glasgow for Linwood No More with just over two weeks to preview opening night!
The Imp Club are organising a group visit to the show at Linwood on 7th November and they will be bringing their Hillman Imps for a photograph outside the former factory with our star Vincent Friell. The closing night of the play is being performed at the former factory where it is set.
September 2013 - Sponsors announced
We are also delighted to announce that The Phoenix Car Company are a sponsor of the preview show. The Phoenix Car Company is one of the largest car dealerships in Scotland and their HQ is situated on the former Hillman Imp factory site in Linwood where the play is set.
Resonance Capital have also kindly sponsored the production of all our marketing materials.
Our posters have been printed and are on display at the venues and surrounding areas. The design was sponsored by Nexus 24.
Luminate Scotland are also supporting the show and we are in their brochure for their creative agening festival that runs throughout October.
White Stag Theatre Company are proud to become members of the Idependant Theatre Council.
White Stag are delighted to announce that we have been selected for inclusion in the Luminate 2013 programme. Luminate is Scotland's creative ageing festival an initiative of Creative Scotland and the Baring Foundation delivered in partnership with Age Scotland. Inclusion in the 2013 programme is a real honour and we are delighted to be working with and promoting this excellent arts initiative, showing that the over 50s are very much still alive and working in the creative industries in Scotland
We are delighted to announce that Vincent Freill has been cast in White Stag Theatre Company's new play Linwood No More. The play is a 60 minute monologue and will go on tour of Scotland in October 2013.
A professional rehearsed reading of Redundant was held at The Tron Theatre in Glasgow on 9th November. Liz Carruthers directed the work and Findlay McLean was the actor.
We are delighted to announce that Redundant has been awarded development funding from The Tom McGrath Trust. This funding will allow a full professional production of the play to take place later in the year.
Redundant the play was selected to be part of the Words, Words, Words event at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh. The play was read and rehearsed by actor John Kazek and directed by Paddy Cunneen. The event was a huge success and we hope exciting times lie ahead for the development of the script.