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Councillor Angus Millar

Sandra White MSP

Bailie Philip Braat

Alison Thewliss MP

Windae Hingin' is a Glasgow comedy about two women conversing as they hang out from their tenement windows. Older, native Glaswegian, Maggie, is a bit eccentric, whereas newcomer, Jeannie, is more down to Earth. But it falls to Maggie to tech the youngster the true meaning of friendship.

(Two players/One set)

The copyright of Windae Hingin’ belongs to the Yorkhill Theatre Group. If you would like permission to use it please get in touch via the Contact page. We would particularly welcome interest from small community groups. The set is also available for hire.

Our debut show in 2015.

The small playpark where old yins, Matt and Sam, like to hang out is under threat as the council think it is under-used with children preferring to play computer games. Determined not to lose their sanctuary, the two old guys come up with some improbable reasons why the park should remain.

So, where are the ghosts? Well, it could be Rabbie Burns who might have written a letter to Clarinda on the site, or even the Firhill Fondler who was known to molest people in the area.

A merry romp through Glasgow as Matt and Sam face up to Cllr Wilma Hope and her council sidekick, George Square, while on the sidelines are community council leader, Penelope Jameson and her park attendant boyfriend, John Grant.

Scotland’s Story is inspired by the Proclaimers’ song of the same name.

Joe returns to the pub to meet his wife, Tina, having witnessed Scotland draw with minnows, Syristan, in a  football friendly.

They are approached by a Syristani, Dilbo Coxni, who tells them he is seeking political asylum and also that he is a champion goat-wrestler!

The play will be on at Glad Cafe, 1006A Pollokshaws Rd, Glasgow G41 2HG on Thursday 8th Februiary. Buy tickets via button above.

Our second production.