People with a passion for performing arts are asked to join the increasing ranks of ambassadors for Scotland’s largest rural performing arts festival. Twenty fifteen was a record year for Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival, which saw a massive 60 per cent rise in ticket sales and a 47 per cent increase in audience figures from 2014.
As a prelude to its exciting 2016 programme, Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival presents an immersive and interactive comedy show tackling a highly topical subject.
Described as a “highly original performance with laughs from start to finish”, Moray-based theatre company Right Lines Productions brings its hilarious topical drama Rapid Departure to five venues across the region from Tuesday, 15 to Saturday, 19 March.
A star-studded line-up of some of the best performance artists in the country and beyond is heading for Dumfries and Galloway this year. The 37th Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival takes place between Friday, 20 and Sunday, 29 May with its most ambitious and exciting programme to date.