Room 13 at Caol Community Centre

Stravaig Theatre worked with Room 13 to run workshops with young people centred around Multimedia Theatre. 

The young people explored different elements of multimedia performance including projections, ai, social media, collage, photography and more! 

These workshops culminated in the young people creating and showcasing their own multi-media performance using elements of projection, voiceover, puppetry and promenade.  

Image by Bethany Weeks (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Millport Community Performance Workshop

Funded by North Ayrshire Council Participatory Budget, this event took place on 10th July 2022 at The Garrison House, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae. 

This was an opportunity for locals and those who hold Cumbrae very close to their heart to come together and share their stories while picking up some skills in multi-media performance. The workshop started with some activities that got our creative juices flowing. Then, using the local history and landscape, together we created mini scenes of folklore and heritage. 

This culminated into a performative audio-guide which listeners can enjoy as they explore the island. 

Dandelion Festival at Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow

On 17th-19th June 2022 at Kelvingrove Park Glasgow, Stravaig Theatre were at the Dandelion Festival 2022. It's completely free and we'll be there from 11am until 5pm each day! 

We worked from one of the Dandelion Potting Sheds in Kelvingrove where we gave people the chance to star in an exciting piece of multi-media theatre. We had microphones with fun effects, infra-red video showcasing a dramatic movement piece and lots of natural materials which made an awful lot of noise and even more fun! 

We were excited to be back working in our hometown of Glasgow and see all the creativity of so many Glaswegians! 

Second World War and Holocaust Partnership Programme with 
Go Industrial Museums

Stravaig Theatre hosted a series of workshops throughout the Summer 2022, primarily at the Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther, Fife and The Devil's Porridge Museum in Eastriggs, Dumfries and Galloway. 

We were thrilled to be part of the Second World War and Holocaust Partnership Program with Go Industrial. 

During the intensive performance workshops we facilitated the creation of a series of short films. These were performed and directed by members of the local community and focused on the landscape of WWII in the communities around us. 

Loch Arkaig Pine Forest Audio-Guide 2022

Stravaig Theatre worked with the Woodland Trust to create a contemplative, audio immersion into Arkaig Forest. Entirely inspired by the enchanting and historical landscape, visitors of the forest can download the 'Situate' app and tune in to experience Arkaig Forest in a totally new way. 

Download the 'Situate' app on your phone, find 'Loch Arkaig Pine Forest' and you're ready to begin.  

Listen to the narrative of the forest itself and its stimulating scenery. Explorers of the forest will be taken off the beaten track and through moderately adventurous terrain. 

In collaboration with the local community, the audio is recorded binaurally. Meaning, when wearing head/ earphones covering both ears, a surround sound effect is created. This technique, known as an audio guide, suspends the certainty of what is reality and what is a pre-recorded soundscape. 

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