Blasda is a local food feast taking place in Scotland throughout September. Blasda is gaelic for tasty! i.e. 'How about them blasda apples?!'
Eco Drama is pleased to announce that we have once again been successful in securing funding from The Climate Challenge Fund for the third consecutive year. This time we’re delighted to have been awarded three year funding that will allow us to develop and expand on our existing touring programme. The Magic Van Tour of […]
Eco Drama has received a **** review in The Scotsman for The Forgotten Orchard. “Informative but entertaining…it succeeds by putting its story and characters first…a superb piece of storytelling.” Thom Dibdin, The Scotsman To read the full review please click here The Forgotten Orchard Review or follow the link below to read it online at The […]
Eco Drama has been nominated and is now a part of The Scottish Green List 2012. The Scottish Green List celebrates the passion, drive and bright ideas of people of all ages, working to make a difference to sustainable development in Scotland. The winners were announced on 13th March at a ceremony at the Royal […]
Eco Drama have been invited to perform at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh as part of this years Science Festival. We will be performing 2 performances of The Forgotten Orchard on Monday 2nd April at 12 noon and 2pm in the Patrick Geddes Room. Performances are suitable for ages 8+ and tickets can be booked from www.sciencefestival.co.uk or […]