Meaning 'panic' in Gàidhlig, this collaboration between Theatre Gu Leòr and the band WHYTE explores the crisis facing both land and language through a hybrid of live music, dance, spoken word and video.
THEATRE GU LEÒR & WHYTE
’S e gairm‐chatha a th' ann am MAIM, a' toirt guth do dhorran an ath ghinealaich agus cho cudromach 's a tha an ceangal eadar tìr agus cànan dhaibh ‐ Co‐obrachadh sònraichte eadar Theatre Gu Leòr agus an còmhlan WHYTE, le ceòl beò, dannsa, bàrdachd agus bhideo.
MAIM is a call to arms, giving voice to the frustrations of the next generation who care deeply about the connection between their land and language ‐ A unique collaboration between Theatre Gu Leòr and the band WHYTE, with live music, dance, spoken word and video.
Ann an com‐pàirteachas le / In association with the Tron Theatre.
Fully accessible to non‐Gaelic speakers and with integrated BSL.
Dealbh/Image ‐ Laurence Winram
“Beautifully written and powerfully performed…A truly unforgettable performance.” ‐ The Skinny on Theatre Gu Leòr’s Scotties
“A brooding hybrid of theatrical forms...which moves between ceilidh and lament” ‐ The Herald on Theatre Gu Leòr’s Scotties
“A show to remember, and an important staging‐post in Scotland’s long journey towards greater knowledge of itself, through the stories it tells.” ‐ The Scotsman on Theatre Gu Leòr’s Scotties