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This week’s WAC Wednesday session (20 April) will be looking at 3 Monologues by Richard Ballon, and How to Build a Time Machine by Colin Garrow.
As usual, we’ll be at Aberdeen Foyer on Marywell Street, from 7.00pm-9.00pm. See you there.
WAC Wednesday this week we’ll be looking at Room 537 by Jackie Wilson and Burn of Sorrow by John Gilmour. Venue: Aberdeen Foyer, Marywell Street, 7.00-9.00pm.
See y’all there,
The next WAC Wednesday will be looking at the second half of Ed McKenna’s play: The Rats in the Rafters, as well as Craig Stewart’s work-in-progress: I Don’t Want to be the Loser in this Love Triangle. March 23 at Aberdeen Foyer, Marywell Street. 7.00pm-9.00pm.
WAC Wednesday this week will be looking at Ed Mckenna’s play “The Rats Among the Rafters”. Venue as usual is at Aberdeen Foyer, Marywell Street. There’s ample parking in the College Street multi-storey – only £1! Bargain!
This week’s WAC Wednesday we will be looking at:
Oilwives by Sarah McIntosh &
The Project by Kenny Fraser
Venue will be Aberdeen Foyer at The Marywell Centre, Marywell Street, 7.00pm-9.00pm.
Be there, or be square!
WAC Wednesday this week will look at Euan Macpherson’s new play: The MI5 Files, plus a discussion about Dave Lorimer’s musical – Scots Wha’ Rock. Aberdeen Foyer, Weds 9th, 7.00pm-9.00pm.
Well, here’s the first WAC Wednesday of 2011, on 26 January at Aberdeen Foyer (Marywell Centre, Marywell Street). Tonight’s session is reading A Wolf Like Me by Chris Parnell.