One violin, an enchanted book and an amazing music score come together to bring us Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale.
A powerful ensemble, an emotionally charged script and incredible music come together as one in Lament For Sheku Bayoh. Sheku is a man who in 2015 died in police custody.
Lung Ha Reviews is back this August with two music reviews from Amy McCombes: The Staves and The Dolly Parton Story! The Staves, Edinburgh International […]
Join Lung Ha Theatre Company's Volunteer Support Team! Deadline: Thursday 26th August We have space for new volunteers to join our Support Team. Our volunteers […]
Lung Ha Across Scotland Are you interested in being part of Scotland’s award-winning theatre company for actors with a learning disability, but live too […]
Lung Ha Theatre Company, UK’s leading theatre company working with neurodiverse artists, is seeking to appoint two new Trustees to join its Board. We […]
The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh presents an advent calendar like no other! This piece of work is a series of 12 Tales of Christmas […]
Storytelling and a tale with a twist take centre stage in Tiny Tim, part of The Royal Lyceum Theatre’s Christmas Tales series. Tiny Tim […]
“The story goes on… …and indeed, it gets better. New experiences offer new opportunities – as a company LHTC has been learning to adapt […]
Actor Nicola Tuxworth on her first steps in directing. Working on the play The Bus Stop has been my first experience of directing a […]
Writer Gavin Yule talks about the experience that inspired his debut play. The play was inspired by an event that happened to me about two […]
Lung Ha Theatre Company member Gavin Yule debuts a play on disability hate crime: The Bus Stop Book your tickets by following this link: www.traverse.co.uk/whats-on/event/the-bus-stop […]