A free, outdoor Wild-West themed performance is taking to rural venues across Scotland this Spring in a bid to make theatre reach new audiences.
Adrenalism Theatre, who are the recipient of the Creative Scotland Open Project Fund with the aim to produce accessible walkabout theatre for diverse audiences, are bringing The Good, The Bad and The Poultry to local theatres across the country.
The play is a non-verbal exploration of fear which sees two cowboy chickens, a turkey and ‘Hennio Morricone’ (the live poultry band) explore being brave in the face of danger.
It will roll into town in Giffnock, Fife, Dunoon, Irvine, Arran, Aberdeen, Wick, Edinburgh, Cumbrae, Mull, Hawick and Duns from March 18 to May 7.
The Creative Scotland Open Project Fund was awarded to artistic groups dedicated to reaching new audiences and bring creative benefits to people across Scotland.
A family-friendly take on the old-fashioned western, the show includes a saloon set with a musical barman, seed shots and classic Wild-West interior.
Wrap around activities for families will give young audiences the chance to make their own wanted poster and take part in egg hunts.
The Good, The Bad and the Poultry is an outdoor, walkabout performance suitable for all ages. A fun, silly show featuring audience participation for all of the family.