Theatre Royal 66-68 Shakespeare Street Dumfries DG1 2JH
Paines Plough presents Growth
TUESDAY 26 SEP, 7:30 PM
GLENCAIRN MEMORIAL INSTITUTE CHAPEL STREET, MONIAIVE
A group of local young people will explore, rehearse and stage the relevant and compelling verbatim play Blackout by Davey Anderson at two venues in July.
Arts Live: Support for Ambition scheme is now open for its next round of applications.
The scheme is open to artists venues and promoters in Dumfries and Galloway who are seeking to put on a quality performing arts event of their own. You can apply for financial support that will be…
Here is a glimpse into this years festival.
Four leading UK poets come together on Saturday to connect the region, through poetry and conversation, with its neighbouring shorelines.
Brought to the 2017 Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival by InSight – a collaboration between cultural critics and arts practitioners – the event will explore the visual, natural and personal…
Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival benefits from the knowledge and expertise of a diverse set of individuals who comprise our Festival board.
This year’s Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival is not just about serious performing arts. We understand people need some fun during the 10-day run of festival events and that’s why we make sure we hunt down some of the country’s very best comedians and bring them over to the region to…
There are very many reasons why children should be introduced to the perfoming arts from a very young age. While dance, music and interactive theatre is obviously good for a child’s physical development and well-being, the emotional benefits include enhancing social and communication skills, learning about the world we live in and developing empathy.
A unique outdoor experience of soundscape and sculpture sails into this year’s festival when Vision Mechanics present their innovative and captivating production, DRIFT.