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Archive: Feb 2018

  1. Nandi Bhebhe “The sweet smell of crushed apples will never leave me…”

    We’re lucky to have the wonderfully talented Nandi Bhebhe within our cast for this new incarnation of Wolves. With the show opening today at The Studio, Edinburgh, Nandi tells us exactly why Wolves is a show not to be missed. Wolves! It’s been a joyful experience so far, getting into the studio and remounting this wonderfully rowdy and rich […]

  2. Joanne Pirrie “Wolves is really starting to take shape”

    We’re delighted to have dance artist Joanne Pirrie back in Wolves ‘pack’ this year, having performed in our large-scale performance project last March. Joanne shares with us her thoughts on Wolves, gives us an insight into the devising process and what it’s been like in rehearsals this time around. “I think I probably speak for most freelance dancers […]

  3. Mairi Campbell ‘Wolves is about family relationships…’

    We’re honoured to have Scottish composer and musician Mairi Campbell back working with us on Wolves, this time joined by her daughter Ellen. We caught up with her in between rehearsals to chat about the show, the rehearsal process and what’s it’s been like to collaborate with daughter Ellen.         “This opportunity to work with […]