We are really pleased to announce another Wee Night Out performance for you all, Scota-land. Created, written and performed by Andy Cannon, Scota-land is an interactive theatrical storytelling performance for children(9 and over) and their families.
The Primary 4/5′s have been hard at work with a team from the show creating props to help transform the school hall and the plot goes something like this:
For more than one hundred years the beautiful “Crown of Destiny” has held pride of place in the fictional Isle of Mikle’s ‘Scota-land’ museum. Shrouded in controversy from the day the museum opened – is it really the actual crown worn by ancient Egyptian princess Scota, on the day of her wedding to Prince Gathelus of Greece, the legendary patriarch of the Scottish nation? Or is it just a fake, a medieval fancy cherished by the romantic Victorians?
With very plausible evidence to support both sides of the “Destiny” debate, the controversy surrounding the crown’s authenticity has remained no more than an academic exercise for as long as anyone can remember. A stalemate not helped by the fact that no-one has been allowed to remove the crown from its plinth and examine it, since June 1746, more than 250 years ago to be precise!
Until now that is…
This fantastic show starts at 7pm on Thursday 10th May, tickets are available from the school office and cost £3.00.
So why not come along and be transported to Scot-land, you can even help us raise money for the school at the same time as enjoying the show, just buy a ticket and come along!