Scottish Community Drama Edinburgh District
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via e-mail Print

May 2017

1st March 2017

Group: Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group

Production: The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan from the motion picture screenplay by William Rose

Venue: Assembly Roxy, Roxburgh Place, Edinburgh  

Dates/ Times: 10th to 13th May  at 7:30pm

Tickets: see

Additional Info: When criminal mastermind Professor Marcus and a motley crew of misfits pose as amateur musicians to rent rooms from the sweetly eccentric Mrs Wilberforce, the police have no idea that they're planning a daring bank robbery.  But Mrs Wilberforce is not too easily deceived.  With his brilliant plot rumbled, the Professor decides there's only one way to keep the old lady quiet - Mrs Wilberforce must face the music.  And he doesn't mean a string quartet…

Group: Linlithgow Players

Production: The Memory Of Water by Shelagh Stephenson

Venue: Linlithgow Academy Dates/ Times: 15th to 20th May  

Tickets: see Additional Info: Three sisters gather for their mother's funeral. Each has her own memories of her childhood and this creates conflict, which is, by turns, angry, desperate, poignant and wildly funny

Group: Leitheatre

Production: Bouncers by John Godber

Venue: The Studio, Festival Theatre, 22 Potterrow, Edinburgh EH8 9BL  

Dates/ Times: 17th  to 20th  May  at 7:30pm;

Tickets: £12 (£10)  0131 529 6000  see

Additional Info: It's 1990. Judd, Les, Lucky Eric and Ralph man the doors of a nightclub. They're mad, occasionally bad, but full of bravado and brawn and insist you dress to impress. These four lads watch girls dance around their handbags and the lads on the pull and play all the guys and gals that arrive. The disco beats and light show flashes, illuminating a raw, energetic, raucous and very funny, perhaps familiar, evening with those people you might have known, heard about, but certainly won't ever forget. Admission prices on the door. Chicken in a basket is extra

Group: Livingston Players

Production: 9 to 5, the musical   music and lyrics by Dolly Parton

Venue: Brian Duguid Auditorium, Howden Park Centre, Livingston  

Dates/ Times: 24th to 27th May   7.30pm plus matinee 27th May at 2pm

Tickets: £14 & £12 conc (Wed only) see or 01506 777666 Additional Info: Set in the late 1970s this hilarious story of friendship and revenge in the Rolodex era is outrageous, thought-provoking, and even a little romantic.  Pushed to the boiling point, three female co-workers concoct a plan to get even with the sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot they call their boss.  A high-energy show with a jubilant score and easily relatable characters, 9 To 5 is perfect fun evening out.