Adventures with the Painted People: Post Show Talk - LIVE

Sunday 7 June 9.15pm - straight after the Radio 3 Première

Join writer, David Greig and Director, Elizabeth Newman LIVE in discussion with Clare Brennan, arts journalist for The Guardian and The Observer, following the Radio 3 première of Adventures with the Painted People, 7.30pm.

Adventures with the Painted People on Radio 3: 7.30pm

Post Show Talk and Q&A: 9.15pm

Originally commissioned by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Adventures with the Painted People was set to have its stage première in Pitlochry in July 2020. The play will now feature in our 2021 season.

Now a BBC ARTS – Culture in Quarantine, BBC Radio 3, Naked Productions, Pitlochry Festival Theatre in association with The Royal Lyceum Edinburgh production. 

Adventures with the Painted People will be David Greig’s first original, new play since The Events in 2013, and will now broadcast on BBC Radio 3 as part of the BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine season, to bring the best arts and culture to the homes of everyone in the UK at a time of national lockdown. 

POST SHOW TALK SPACES LIMITED - the Post Show Talk will take place via Zoom.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO DOWNLOAD ZOOM TO TAKE PART. 

Adventures with the Painted People is a compelling love story, exploring the value of history and the power of writing, in a unique river movie. Lucius is a cultured Roman officer, captured by the Picts and about to be sacrificed. Eithne is a wise Pictish woman, who wants to record her people's history in writing, a skill they do not yet have. She makes a deal - she will rescue Lucius, in exchange for him teaching her to write. So, they have to flee - not by road, the Romans haven't built those yet, but down river...

Cast: 

Eithne                                        Kirsty Stuart

Lucius                                        Olivier Huband

Notices & Guidance: 

This event it suitable for anyone aged 14+.

IMPORTANT! Please answer 'Yes' to 'Please contact me by email' in your Pitlochry Festival Theatre account contact preferences to receive the link for this show.

You will receive an email containing the Zoom link to join the event which will be approximtely 7pm on the show date.

Booking information

This is a Pay What You Can event. We recognise this is a difficult time for all, and that's why any support you can give will be greatly appreciated. Your contribution will go towards the theatre and the artists we work with, allowing us to assure our futures and to keep creating great work for you to enjoy.

Please purchase a virtual ticket via the Book NOW button. 

YOU DO NOT NEED TO DOWNLOAD ZOOM TO TAKE PART. AN EMAIL WITH THE LINK TO JOIN THE EVENT WILL BE EMAILED TO YOU APPROXIMATELY 7PM ON THE PERFORMANCE DATE. BY PROCEEDING WITH YOUR BOOKING, YOU AGREE FOR PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEATRE TO CONTACT YOU VIA EMAIL WITH A LINK TO ACCESS THIS EVENT.

If you have any difficulties with booking, please contact us on boxoffice@pitlochryfestivaltheatre.co.uk

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