Challenge - Inspire - Empower
Baldy Bane was started way back in 1991 and has toured all over Scotland ever since. We have been lucky enough to work with a broad range of partners including The Scottish Government, NHS, Police Scotland, Zero Tolerance, Road Safety Scotland and many more.
Over the years we have developed dramas in collaboration with supporting organisations on issues such as bullying, gender based violence, knife crime, road safety, bogus calling, abuse in teenage relationships and internet safety among many others.
As well as providing hard hitting issue based dramas, we also tour an annual pantomime production to primary schools. Coming up in December 2016 is “Dr Denby’s Great Circus Rescue”.
Additionally, we facilitate training and workshops through the tool of role-play and forum theatre. This can be in any setting from schools and workplaces to colleges and conferences.
In 2015, Baldy Bane received charitable status and we plan to embrace this new opportunity by continuing to provide compelling theatre in education productions while also focusing on developing some new dramas. Our newly appointed board of directors come from a varied background bringing a diverse range of skills and expertise to help us continue to develop Baldy Bane for the future.
This year we will celebrate our 25th anniversary and what a great 25 years it has been!
- Winter / Spring 2016 Tours - After very successful tours of Crush; Goldstars & Dragon Marks and The Kamikaze in the Spring of 2015, we are now gearing up to hit the road again in February & March. For more information, or to enquire about the upcoming tours, contact us
- Pantomime - Susie and the Stolen Sea, toured (with a fantastic response) across central Scotland. Watch this space for information about our 2016/17 pantomime, "Dr Denby’s Great Circus Rescue”. Bookings are being taken now and the schedule is starting to fill up. Contact us to secure your preferred date. Don’t miss out!
- Baldy Bane recently performed at the 'Choices for Life' event in association with Police Scotland. 'Choices for Life’ is a Police Scotland innovative diversionary and educational initiative aimed at raising awareness amongst young people aged 11-18, about the dangers of misuse in relation to smoking, alcohol and drugs as well as online safety and advice on how to deal with negative peer pressure.
- One Foot in the Door has enjoyed a fantastic response from venues across Scotland.