The National Theatre of Scotland is delighted to welcome broadcaster and presenter Janice Forsyth as host for a series of post-show talks with the artists creating our Autumn 2012 programme of work.
Janice is one of the country’s busiest and most versatile broadcasters. She currently presents weekly arts, comedy and movie programmes for BBC Radio Scotland. Other regular series include the station’s daily arts shows from the Edinburgh Festival, and Laughed Off The Page – conversations with leading comedy writers.
Recent public events Janice has hosted include Director’s Cut (Aberdeen University’s interviews with film directors and composers), The Scottish Book Trust’s UK-wide live webcasts with top children’s authors, Royal Lyceum Theatre on-stage interviews (including Michael Frayn, John Byrne and Julie Walters), and The Edinburgh International Film Festival awards, with Sir Sean Connery. She has also presented many TV series including Filmnight (Channel 4) and The Book Show (BBC3).
Most recently for the National Theatre of Scotland, Janice hosted the post-show discussion for Macbeth, with director John Tiffany and actor Alan Cumming at Tramway, Glasgow.
Janice will be in conversation for the following performances throughout our Autumn 2102 season.
My Shrinking Life
In conversation with creator/ perfomer Alison Peebles and director Lies Pauwels
Thursday 13th September
Tron Theatre, Glasgow
The Guid Sisters
In conversation with the Cast
Tuesday 2nd October
Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh
Thursday 25th October
Kings Theatre, Glasgow
In conversation with creator/ performer Adrian Howells
Thursday 18th October
Govanhill Baths, Glasgow
In conversation with director Cora Bissett, the ‘real’ Glasgow Girls and the creative team
Thursday 8th November
Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
A Christmas Carol
In conversation with director Graham McLaren
Thursday 13th December The Old Kirk, Kirkcaldy, Fife
Full details, including booking, for all the productions in our talks series are available from our website by following the links above.