Tryst Theatre are staging a special production of their new play as a tribute to a much-loved club member who died last month.
Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off was Tryst's entry to the SCDA One-Act Festival this year.
The club also had an entry into the SCDA Eastern Division Full Length Festival in the form of The Steamie by Tony Roper.
Tryst Theatre C's production of Travels With My Aunt is through to the Scottish Finals of the SCDA One Act Play Festival at Inverness.
Tryst Theatre 'C' have made it through to the Eastern Divisional Final of the SCDA One Act Festival with their "almost balletic" production of Travels With My Aunt.
The old theatre maxim is "never go on stage with children or animals". But Stirling-based Krackin Kids Theatre company bravely turned that around, and the talented children's theatre survived the experience of having some aged members of Tryst join them on stage in their latest show.
The eternal battle of the sexes is the theme of Tryst Theatre's new autumn production which sees the Larbert club staging two marvellous one-act plays.
Tryst Theatre is celebrating after clinching second place at a national one-act play festival.
Larbert's Tryst Theatre 'C' team scooped first place at a drama festival at Falkirk Town Hall at the weekend.
Tryst Theatre's latest production, Lovers by award-winning Irish playwright Brian Friel, blends humour with an equal measure of tragedy.