The latest with Giffnock Theatre Players.

After The Dance

Posted 3 weeks ago

Terence Rattigan’s masterpiece was produced by GTP in 2012. Donald and Paola played the couple Peter and Joan trying to maintain their hedonistic lifestyle as the world was collapsing around them. The cast had a party imbibing gin and champagne. Mark Coleman directed this stylised production in 2012.

Ah! Wilderness

Posted 3 weeks ago

Walter Paul was on board again for this Eugene O Neil coming of age play Ah! Wilderness. The play was considered to be a paen to Eugene’s youth. Jen and Richard played the young couple in love and brought a fragility to the characters.

Cause Celbre

Posted 3 weeks ago

GTP took on Terrence Rattigan’s Cause Celebre in 2014. Walter Paul directed this courtroom set play. It was quite an undertaking as the play jumped back and forth through time from the courtroom to the lead up to the murder scenes. Quite an undertaking!

Don’t Drink The Water

Posted 3 weeks ago

This Woody Allen play was produced in 2016 and directed by Mark Coleman. The play was very funny but unfortunately it wasn’t a great hit with the GTP audience. Nevertheless, there were great performances. I especially liked Francis Rowan’s performance as Kilroy, the Ambassador’s assistant. Also Kevyn could have passed for Cary Grant.

Calendar Girls

Posted 3 weeks ago

This much loved play was produced by GTP in 2012 with Alasdair Hawthorn directing. Our female actors, Glynis, Helen, Kate, June, Christine and Jane exposed themselves freely albeit hidden by cakes and other accoutrements. All of us ‘exposed’ ourselves in a Calendar, which was put together for the show. The play was great fun and […]

Breaking The Code

Posted 3 weeks ago

In 2016 GTP produced Breaking The Code by Hugh Whitemore, the story of Alan Turing, the father of modern computing, sadly victimised by the British Government for simply being homosexual. Our Paola De Rosa put on a brilliant production of this play with a great cast. Unfortunately, still today prejudice prevails in society. Hopefully, this […]