This season we're inviting you to join the conversation about wildlife and the environment. Inspired by Elmer the Patchwork Elephant Show, there will be summer activities and workshops designed to include even the very youngest of our audience members as we think about wildlife and the environment it depends on. There are lots of ways to get involved, including:

Epic Art Exhibition: Tue 25 Jun to Mon 19 Aug.

The Lion King: 19 Jul to 1 Aug 2019 (not currently on sale)

Elmer the Patchwork Elephant Show: Sat 27 & Sun 28 Jul.

Eco Fayre: Sun 28 Jul.


We're already gearing up for our next conversation, inviting you to join us in an exploration of what makes us who we are - inspired by the brand new production Red Dust Road (29 & 30 Aug). It's based on the book by University of Stirling Alumni Jackie Kay that tells the story of her own journey to find her birth parents and the discovery that we are shaped by the folk songs we hear as much as the cells in our body. 

Hear more about this brand new productions from Jackie herself.

We're pulling together a selection of opportunities for you to get involved in the conversation at the moment, includuing:

Photo Competition: Family is what you make it! If you'd like to be part of our Conversation Exhibition then send us a 'family' photo that means a lot to you and a short description of who's in the picture and why it is important. We know that 'family' means different things to different people too, so feel free to send in photos of your work family, your university family, your family of friends or any other people that have or do play an important role in your life. The deadline for photo submissions is Mon 12 Aug

Book Group: This month we're reading Flight Behaviour by Barbara Kingsolver. Join us on Tue 30 Jul to share your thoughts!

Kim Simpson: Girls and their Mothers Exhibition

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