New Words 2012

Blue Toon Brithers — Sooth Bay Sisters

Willowbank Show Group and Morag Skene


Tuesday 25 September 2012
Wednesday 26 September 2012
7.30pm – 9.30pm


Peterhead Community Theatre, Peterhead [Map]

Tickets £5 in advance from the Peterhead Community Centre

The Willowbank Centre, which will be remembered for The Sound of Morven Crescent and award-winning The Hoose, is back with its latest production Blue Toon Brithers — Sooth Bay Sisters.

Peterheid finally has its brand new prison. From another prison in deepest Scotland, Blue Toon Brither, B'wood finds out his old stomping ground, the Morven Crescent School of Music and Dance, is closing down because someone keeps stealing the takings from the safe. Determined to save the school, B'wood escapes and returns to Peterheid but his hopes of holding a fund-raising concert are dashed when he discovers the other Blue Toon Brithers have moved away and the owner's new pupils are all musically challenged! To make matters worse, their only hope, the famous dance duo the Sooth Bay Sisters, have been kidnapped by evil Miss Alexandra Parade and are being held prisoner in Sooth Bay Mansions (aka old Peterheid Prison) where she is running a "Ladette To Lady School". If that wasn't bad enough, the "special person" brought in to catch the thief is more interested in love than money and the rent is due! Enjoy the fun and frolicks that are about to unfold!

The show, which is written, produced and directed by local playwright Morag Skene, is an entertaining mix of song, dance drama and comedy.

Performed by the Willowbank Show Group, it is suitable for adults and children. Tickets are available from the community centre. You can also get tickets by writing to Willowbank Centre, Glendaveny, PETERHEAD AB42 3DY (including stamped addressed envelope), with the number of tickets required, which evening and a cheque made out to the Willowbank Amenities Fund.

Morag Skene

Morag Skene has done most artistic things once! She's had a story broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland, sung with a jazz band, written and directed one play, one panto and even played a dame — once. She's written a poem, survived a whole tap routine and a 13-minute monologue — but not at the same time!

Promoted by

Willowbank Show Group

Supported by

Peterhead Community Theatre
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