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Citadel Arts Group

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We are committed to nurturing inspiration and promoting creative growth and the magic of live performance. We work to bring learning and joy to audiences in communities across Scotland.
Citadel Arts Group produces plays and nurtures new playwrights of all ages, especially mature writers. The company also brings together writers, actors and directors, costume makers, sound engineers, prop makers and theatre workers in a unique collaboration from a play’s start to its finish.

cross generational discussion

Cross-generational post-show discussion

 
 
Post show generational discussion
Cornbank Primary School, Penicuik
 
Music
We believe theatre is a total experience. It begins with the creation of a script through the WEA Playwrights Workshop, grows in rehearsal, and culminates in a stage performance which touches and challenges audiences. Our aim is to bring the generations together and reach people who do not often have access to live theatre in their own communities.  
Making Music - Close Encounters
   
Our writers are invited to attend auditions and rehearsals, watch improvisation sessions, assist in revising scripts, meet the stage crew, and participate in the process of stage production. We work as a team using the talents of our whole crew throughout production.We are committed to nurturing inspiration and promoting creative growth.
Cast and writers
 
Cast and writer - Deacon Brodie

Publications

For copies of the booklet 'Pentland House - Memories and More', please contact the Workers' Educational Association. Tel. no. 0131 225 2580 or click here to visit their website.

Copies can be ordered of the living memory books about Leith Hospital, Jamieson Place,andSt Nicholas Court

Sheltered Housing (all at 8.00) and the film 'The Right to Vote an AThat' about the  Scottish Suffragettes (10 plus p and p)

Sponsors and Associates

WEA

Citadel Arts Group acknowledges the continuing support of our partners, the Workers’ Educational Association. The WEA support new writing through funding the Playwrights Workshop and a range of educational classes including Theatre Studies.


Awards for All funded the 'It Makes You Think' project in 2007.

Scottish


The Scottish Community Foundation funded Magic Moments, the project of plays for older people, and the Penicuik Play. They attended the final complete performed reading in Penicuik Town hall which was part of the Arts Festival.


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