Saturday 15th Jun, 7:30 pm
Titania is an innovative re-imagining of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In this engaging, amusing and participatory production, our much-loved Queen of the Night plays out events from her past, hosting nightly revels in an attempt to woo audiences off the path and back into the woods. A heady fusion of original music and vocal acrobatics, Titania is the Queen of the Faeries' tale with an amplified twist (and don't expect conventional Shakespeare) – a solo musical cabaret from the talented Anna-Helena McLean – exotic, delightful, and brilliant.
"… reconfiguring of Shakespeare plays like jazz variations, beautifully orchestrated." The Observer
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Price: £10 / £8 concs/£6 U16s (concessions)
Friday 9th Aug, 8:00 pm
The award-winning Scottish Chamber Orchestra are perennial favourites, both with the Universal Hall staff and their loyal audience, and their visits usually result in a sell-out concert. They return to the Universal Hall with a concert of popular classics and this year the programme includes:
SCHUBERT 5 German Dances with Coda and 7 Trios
MOZART Sinfonia Concertante for Winds K297b
BEETHOVEN Romance in F for Violin & Orchestra
SCHUBERT Symphony No 3
The show features Alexander Janiczek, director/violin; Robin Williams, oboe; Maximiliano Martin, clarinet; Peter Whelan, bassoon; Alec Frank-Gemmill, horn. Perfect entertainment for an early summer evening for all those who love having the best in classical music brought locally by some of the finest musicians in Scotland. “What poured out from the SCO all evening was some of the most utterly exhilarating orchestral playing you will hear anywhere from anyone.” The Herald
Price: £14 / £12 seniors/£5 Children, Students, Unemployed People and People with a disability (& accompanying carer) (concessions)