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Borderline Theatre
1974 - 2014   40 years of continuing success




Borderline is delighted to announce their Spring tour of A Slow Air.

Borderline 2014 spring tour -
                    award winning play - A Slow Air
Borderline Theatre Company, in association with The Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock presents

A Slow Air
Written and Directed by David Harrower.

You can feel blood.      You can.    Even after all this time.

Morna and Atholl are brother and sister but they haven’t spoken to each other for 15 years.

Now Morna’s son, Joshua, is turning 21 – and he’s planning a party.

It’s going to be a night to remember!

A play by the Olivier Award–winning writer of Blackbird, Knives in Hens and Ciara.

Tour now booked but some dates could be made available - contact or phone for details. 

Click here to download a copy of the tour schedule.

View some Youtube videos on the show as it tours:

Video 1        Video 2



East Kilbride Arts Centre, East Kilbride

8pm; £9 (£7)

3rd May

01355 261000

Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold, Wales
7.45pm; £10 (£8/£7 schools)

6th - 10th May

Post show writers event

0845 3303565

Dundee Rep’s Bonar Hall, Dundee
7.30pm; £12 (£5)

13th - 14th May

Post show writers event

01382 223 530

Gaiety Theatre, Ayr

7.30pm; £13.50 (£12.50/£10 schools)

16th - 17th May

Post show writers event

01292 288 235

macrobert, Stirling

7.30pm; £13.50 (£12.50/£5 students & schools)
21st May

01786 466 666

King’s Theatre, Edinburgh


22nd - 23rd May

Post show writers event

0131 529 6000

Moving Forward

A New dawn for Borderline

Borderline is fast approaching its 40th year and, as with many touring companies, experienced many ups and downs, over the years.  However, one constant has been the desire and commitment of the Board and its team to move forward, building on the successes over the year - some of which are shown here.

Developments are underway to establish a new direction that will be announced shortly to all members and partners.  We are planning to launch a new website and activities that will celebrate our 40th year in serving Scotland with theatre that encourages everyone to experience the joy of live theatre. 

As a first step we have been working with the newly re-opened Gaiety Theatre with a new address and contact details.    Further details will be posted on our website; or contact us to be added to our mailing list as a Friend of Borderline.

Borderline's work has been supported by amongst others The Hugh Fraser Foundation, The Gannochy Trust, The Moffat Charitable Trust, The Cattanach Charitable Trust, The James Wood Bequest Fund.

creative Scotland sponsors My Romantic
              History    NAC sponsors
              Borderline Theatre    Creative
              Lottery funds My Romantic History


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