1. The Tin Forest: International Performing Company - The Forgotten

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    www.nationaltheatrescotland.com twitter.com/NTSonline There was once a wide windswept place, home to Workers, Dreamers, Players, Travellers and the Forgotten… 1 company – 90 young people – 5 groups – 6 locations – 1 city Inspired by The Tin Forest story and by a string of iconic Clydeside landmarks, The Tin Forest International Performing Company brought Glasgow’s riverside to life over three special days in July 2014. 90 young theatre makers from across the Commonwealth formed 5 groups, representing the people – past and present – who have lived in and passed through Glasgow: the Forgotten, the Workers, the Dreamers, the Players and the Travellers. Each group created a piece of pop-up theatre inspired by a riverside landmark. From Monday 21st to Wednesday 23rd July, the groups roamed across the city to connect and perform at each other’s locations, animating Glasgow’s streets and spaces and public places they travelled. A celebration of Glasgow’s industrial past and creative future took place at the South Rotunda, across Glasgow and across the Commonwealth. Inspired by the book by Helen Ward and Wayne Anderson Led by Graham McLaren and Simon Sharkey Produced in association with Scottish Youth Theatre and supported by Glasgow Life, Creative Scotland, Homecoming 2014, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and Arts & Business Scotland

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    • The Tin Forest - in Two Minutes

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      www.nationaltheatrescotland.com twitter.com/NTSonline There was once a wide, windswept place, near nowhere and close to forgotten, that was filled with all the things that everyone wanted… A celebration of Glasgow’s industrial past and creative future took place at the South Rotunda, across Glasgow and across the Commonwealth. Inspired by the book by Helen Ward and Wayne Anderson Led by Graham McLaren and Simon Sharkey Produced in association with Scottish Youth Theatre and supported by Glasgow Life, Creative Scotland, Homecoming 2014, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and Arts & Business Scotland

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      • A J Taudevin interview NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND

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        I caught up with A J Taudevin and interview her about her nomination for James Tait Black Prizes for her play 'Some Other Mother' which explores the emotional wounds caused by immigration.

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        • The James Family Tree - Alexander Stewart

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          www.nationaltheatrescotland.com twitter.com/NTSonline James I, James II and James III – are a new cycle of history plays by award-winning playwright Rona Munro, directed by Laurie Sansom. This vividly-imagined trilogy brings to life three generations of Stewart Kings who ruled Scotland in the tumultuous fifteenth century and represents an unprecedented co-production by the National Theatre of Scotland, Edinburgh International Festival and The National Theatre of Great Britain. Each play stands alone as a unique vision of a country tussling with its past and future; viewed together they create a complex and compelling narrative on Scottish culture and nationhood. An ensemble of 20 actors will take the audience through a rarely-explored period of history with playful wit and boisterous theatricality, and should prove a landmark of Scottish drama in a remarkable year.

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          • The James Family Tree - Queen Margaret

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            www.nationaltheatrescotland.com twitter.com/NTSonline James I, James II and James III – are a new cycle of history plays by award-winning playwright Rona Munro, directed by Laurie Sansom. This vividly-imagined trilogy brings to life three generations of Stewart Kings who ruled Scotland in the tumultuous fifteenth century and represents an unprecedented co-production by the National Theatre of Scotland, Edinburgh International Festival and The National Theatre of Great Britain. Each play stands alone as a unique vision of a country tussling with its past and future; viewed together they create a complex and compelling narrative on Scottish culture and nationhood. An ensemble of 20 actors will take the audience through a rarely-explored period of history with playful wit and boisterous theatricality, and should prove a landmark of Scottish drama in a remarkable year.

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            • The James Plays - onstage seating

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              www.nationaltheatrescotland.com twitter.com/NTSonline James I, James II and James III – are a new cycle of history plays by award-winning playwright Rona Munro, directed by Laurie Sansom. This vividly-imagined trilogy brings to life three generations of Stewart Kings who ruled Scotland in the tumultuous fifteenth century and represents an unprecedented co-production by the National Theatre of Scotland, Edinburgh International Festival and The National Theatre of Great Britain. Each play stands alone as a unique vision of a country tussling with its past and future; viewed together they create a complex and compelling narrative on Scottish culture and nationhood. An ensemble of 20 actors will take the audience through a rarely-explored period of history with playful wit and boisterous theatricality, and should prove a landmark of Scottish drama in a remarkable year.

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              • The James Family Tree - James III

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                www.nationaltheatrescotland.com twitter.com/NTSonline James I, James II and James III – are a new cycle of history plays by award-winning playwright Rona Munro, directed by Laurie Sansom. This vividly-imagined trilogy brings to life three generations of Stewart Kings who ruled Scotland in the tumultuous fifteenth century and represents an unprecedented co-production by the National Theatre of Scotland, Edinburgh International Festival and The National Theatre of Great Britain. Each play stands alone as a unique vision of a country tussling with its past and future; viewed together they create a complex and compelling narrative on Scottish culture and nationhood. An ensemble of 20 actors will take the audience through a rarely-explored period of history with playful wit and boisterous theatricality, and should prove a landmark of Scottish drama in a remarkable year.

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                • The James Family Tree - Balvenie

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                  www.nationaltheatrescotland.com twitter.com/NTSonline James I, James II and James III – are a new cycle of history plays by award-winning playwright Rona Munro, directed by Laurie Sansom. This vividly-imagined trilogy brings to life three generations of Stewart Kings who ruled Scotland in the tumultuous fifteenth century and represents an unprecedented co-production by the National Theatre of Scotland, Edinburgh International Festival and The National Theatre of Great Britain. Each play stands alone as a unique vision of a country tussling with its past and future; viewed together they create a complex and compelling narrative on Scottish culture and nationhood. An ensemble of 20 actors will take the audience through a rarely-explored period of history with playful wit and boisterous theatricality, and should prove a landmark of Scottish drama in a remarkable year.

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                  • Tin Forest TV: Episode Six

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                    www.nationaltheatrescotland.com twitter.com/NTSonline The final episode of Tin Forest TV, broadcasting daily updates from workshops, performances and all the buzz of the International Theatre Festival. Episode Six: A farewell from the Tin Forest TV team, three smashing workshops from Monday at the Festival, and two outstanding performances from Fan Fiction Comedy fromNew Zealand and Glasgow's very own Urban Fairy Tale Theatre Company. There was once a wide, windswept place, near nowhere and close to forgotten… As Glasgow prepares to welcome the world in 2014, The Tin Forest invites the people of Glasgow to retell the city’s story and to reimagine its future.

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                    • Tin Forest: Waterbus Clydeside Theatre Performance.

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                      For the last 8 days I have worked with The National Theatre of Scotland to make highlight reels of the day's events and turn them in to an episode of Tin Forest TV (TFTV: https://vimeo.com/101645039). This is my first piece for the project. All footage I shot was shot on NTS equipment and belong to the NTS.

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