Happy New Year, mes amis!
April In Paris is le nouveau play performe by Tryst Theatre et les acteurs brillantes Carol Clark et Jim Allan.
Tryst Theatre are delighted to support the inaugural Falkirk Arts Festival.
They’re staging two short plays in Behind the Wall September 23, 24 and 25 at 7.30 pm, both written by local writers.
Make-up artist Olivia Robinson is SO talented!
She was delighted to become involved at Tryst in achieving the weird and quirky look needed for the three witches in Macbeth.
The new follow-up to last year's Death and Deckchairs double bill.
Coming to Alloa in April.
... with the theatrical equivalent of a Proclaimers gig!
Tryst to revive John McGrath’s The Cheviot, The Stag and The Black, Black Oil.
From Greek tragedy to Blackpool's golden smile.
Tryst to bring two contrasting short plays to Alloa in May.
Falkirk’s Tryst Theatre will perform their new play Antigone in the Stirling District round of the 2018 Scottish Community Drama Association one-act festival.
Tryst's next performance of Antigone will be in Killin's McLaren Hall on Thursday 22nd March.
Our friends at the Alman Dramatic Club present The Cemetery Club, Ivan Menchell’s fantastic Jewish-American comedy, which will run from 23rd to 29th April in Alloa’s Coach House Theatre.
An award-winning Falkirk travel agent is helping local actors with their round-the-world romp that starts this Sunday...in Alloa!
Pack your bags and grab your passport...because Tryst Theatre’s new show is the globetrotting adventure of a lifetime!
Tryst Theatre’s Carol Clark was awarded Best Actress at a major drama festival at the weekend.
Tryst’s final performance of “The Lockerbie Bomber” will be at the East Kilbride RepFest on Thursday May 14.
Four thuggish nightclub bouncers take to the stage in Larbert next month with jokes, bad attitude...and handbags!