TIN TUB THEATRE COMPANY ON CORONAVIRUS IMPACT

Tin Tub Theatre are an Edinburgh based theatre company who had five plays lined up to perform at the end of April into the start of May. They are only one of hundreds of companies who have had to cancel their productions due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic.

Even now looking forward to their Christmas Pantomime, ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’, the theatre company/university drama society are unsure if they will be able to go ahead with their second pantomime due to social distancing restrictions.

Editor of Theatre Scotland, and previous president/artistic director of Tin Tub Theatre, Lewis Baird, interviews some cast, crew and creatives from the company in regards to the impact the virus is having on the theatre industry. Listen to the podcast below.

This podcast features newly elected president/artistic director Marcus Lundie, previous vice-president Rebecca Donati, actor Keiran McLean, actress/singer Heather RIchardson, actor Ewan Robertson, marketing/actress Laura Coull, treasurer/production manager Ryan Catterson, production assistant/actress Ciara Gilmartin, actress/director/ production assistant Tierney McLeod and director/actress Hannah Cook.