Our Year

Throughout the year we were asked to be involved in so many great projects that allowed us to create more characters and stories .As usual . we started the year performing our take on the national bard Rabbie Burns.Then it was into the Spring and Book Week at various locations across the country .A visit to the  National Museum of Scotland is always a pleasure and summer saw us back into the NMS with our Egyptian Book of the Dead show 'Tippy Tippy Tep Tep'! We had great fun with this show and we both learnt a lot about the Egyptian way of life and rituals ,its a great show for primary schools !

The Sumner  brought a few festivals including the Borders Fest and  Doune the Rabbit Hole ,we know a few stories about Rabbits so that helped !Come August we were once again lucky enough to be guests at the Edinburgh International Book Festival where we embarked in some Street touring around The Book Festival site this was great fun with some amazing characters all having lived , at one time around Charlotte Square! 

By Autumn we were back at the National Library this time to for a trip to Antartica with Ernest Shacklton and his crew, what an incredible story that is, fantastic.Finally we reached the Festive period and this years  new Panto performance called the Robin Hood  , this year the main stars where the kids and adults  that took part ,great fun. Throughout the year we  visited schools all over the country and performed a mixture of shows and delivered workshops on a variety of topics that included ,among others, Health and well being ,Transition,Emotional  resiliance, Food production,World of Work and our current project Word on the Street We are very much looking forward to 2020 as already our diary has some great projects to look forward to including Burns and Beyond, Word on the Street and the Penicuik Heritage Project among others.

Thanks to everyone wo has supported us over the year and  we hope we get a chance to meet  you again  in 2020  Cheers, Ron & Ferg aka Macastory !