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Scottish Youth Theatre and Aberdeen Performing Arts presents Making Space

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Scottish Youth Theatre and Aberdeen Performing Arts presents Making Space

Date:  Thursday 13th June
Venue:   Lemon Tree Studio
Start Time:  8pm
Price: Free but ticketed


An evening of new work by emerging artists. Making Space is a residency programme run by Scottish Youth Theatre in partnership with Aberdeen Performing Arts. The programme offers emerging artists aged 18-25 the opportunity to develop their own theatre piece.

Rachel Venturini

Rachel is a director and producer from Aberdeen. After graduating from Nescol she has directed and produced several short films. She is now finishing her drama studies at UHI in Inverness. Making Space will allow the creation of ‘Windows’ a scratch performance exploring media in theatre and it’s manipulation of modern society. 

Niamh Welsh

Niamh is a performance student from Aberdeen with a passion for devising. She is currently studying at North East Scotland College and is going on to complete her degree at University of West Scotland.

Niamh will use her residency to create a solo performance based around Feminism and Equality, with the goal of entertaining and inspiring a wide audience, particularly young women.

This show will now also include:

A Scandinavian Summer            

Written & performed by Mark Hannah

Exploring the oil industry in Scotland and Norway, this one-man show charts a summer of formative youthful pursuits; the life of a working-class Edinburgh man – offshore and on... and the never-ending quest to best utilise our planet's resources.