Arkle News

Arkle season 2019

As is tradition we met on a dark November evening to regale in the year that had gone and look forward to the one to come. There was plenty of mulled wine, and much excitement for Arkle Theatre’s productions coming in 2019!  Here are all the details in case you Read more…

By Hannah Bradley, ago
Arkle News

Looking forward to 2018

On the evening of Monday 20th November we gathered, we drank, we laughed and we announced Arkle Theatre’s line-up of productions for 2018!  In case you missed it; or Rob’s fruity concoction packed more of a punch than you were expecting – here are all the details! Spring 2018:- ‘Travels Read more…

By Hannah Bradley, ago
Shows

In the depths of winter

Long time no speak! We are now in the depths of winter, although thankfully a month after the solstice so the days are a little longer. Unfortunately the weather won’t take the hint for another month or two, so this afternoon is grey, overcast and about 3 degrees. No wind Read more…

By robmackean, ago
Flyers

Spring is springing!

I am writing this on 20th March, which is apparently the first day of Spring. Must be the vernal equinox tonight, as opposed to the first day of meteorological Spring which was March 1st. Whichever is the “proper” day the evenings are getting¬†lighter, the daffodils are out and much like Read more…

By robmackean, ago
2014

The train now leaving…

..at 3 pm from Tuesday 12th August to Saturday 16th August at 3 pm is a special for all you rail fans, and not to be missed. Our favourite air traffic controller, Phil Barnes, is reprising his acclaimed performance as Gus Gascoigne, train spotter,¬†in Anorak of Fire. See if you Read more…

By robmackean, ago
2014

Two weeks

I’m back from our holidays and suddenly it’s only 2 weeks (and a little bit) until move in day. Flyers are ready though Of course as well as the pictures I have prepared PDFs for you to download and send to all your friends. I did, and they both loved Read more…

By robmackean, ago
2014

Cool and grey

…but that’s enough about me. It’s past midsummer so that means Fringe rehearsals are in full swing, the summer weather is varying by 10 degrees from sunny & warm to heavy overcast and chilly east wind juist to welcome the tourists to town, the Royal Scots Club is bracing itself Read more…

By robmackean, ago
2014

I can remember…

It’s been a while since I last posted anything, I know. That’s one thing about getting older – time flies past. I’m so old I can remember not being allowed to stay up to watch the first moon landing when my older brother was. He was almost 11, I was Read more…

By robmackean, ago