The Storm Watchers
George Mackay Brown 100
A chance to see the recently created film of George Mackay Brown’s early play The Storm Watchers, performed by a cast of Orcadian women filming in their homes on mobile phones during lockdown. A powerful and poetic piece, the drama presents the lives, anxieties, regrets, fears and memories of women as they deal with the waiting and the aftermath of a storm with all their men at sea.
Followed by a short Q&A with director Gerda Stevenson and composer Alasdair Nicolson. Presented in association with the St Magnus International Festival.
A special opening weekend of events celebrating the Orcadian poet, author and storyteller, and Founding Patron of the Scottish Storytelling Centre, George Mackay Brown on the 100th anniversary of his birth.
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Seats will be automatically allocated to maintain social distancing. Select all required tickets and concessions and then click 'add to basket', to ensure your household is seated together. Tickets added to the basket separately will be sat 1m apart. Audiences are required to wear masks at all times, unless medically exempt.