by Netta Blair Reid
This fine play is a prime example of a great era in Scottish writing – the 1950/60s.
This beautifully crafted drama launched Alba’s unique style in 1982 with interpretative movement and live original music.
Performed in beautiful gardens with views over the loch, as the sun sets.
Written and directed by Clunie Mackenzie. With music written by John Sampson.
For children age 4-10 and their families.
Listed in the Guardian in the Top 21 shows for families at EdFringe 2016
The sword is missing!
In this thrilling adventure you will travel through the beautiful gardens overlooking this loch in the search for King Arthur’s enchanted sword.
Actors lead the way from scene to scene with songs and live music.
This company... always garner highly positive reviews from the Three Weeks team..
The enchantment begins almost instantly as Anya takes the entire audience with her to different settings around the large mature gardens
...it’s hard not to be seduced by the special charm of Theatre Alba’s beautiful new version of Chekhov’s Cherry Orchard