February at EPT

31 01 2011

February might be the shortest month of the year, but here at EPT we’re packing it full of an eclectic cornucopia of events for all the family!


Ballet West return to EPT on Friday 4th with their spellbinding production of Romeo and Juliet, complete with Prokoveif’s classic score.

Friday 4th | 7.30pm | Standard £12, Concession £10, Student £8


Hopefully not foretelling the weather, EROS Musical Society bring the classic Singin’ in The Rain to a new audience from Monday 21st–Sat 26th of February.

Mon 21st–Sat 26th | 7.30pm + 2.30pm Saturday matinee | Tickets £10-£15




Gordon Cockburn’s uncomfortable yet striking Auschwitz Series exhibition continues in the gallery until 13th Feb, in conjunction with the Holocaust Memorial Day on Monday Jan 31st.


From 21st Feb– 28th EPT will be hosting the annual selection of work from nearby St Ninian’s High School. The exhibition is a favourite with staff, students and families, and includes jewellery, fashion, product design and expressive work by students presenting for national qualifications in art and design.

Admittance to all exhibitions is FREE


EPT’s film programme has selections for all the family this month, kicking off with recent Disney/Pixar classic Up this Sunday (6th) at 1pm, with a free coffee/soft-drink for all audience members to enjoy during the film.

Sunday 6th | 1pm | Standard £4, Concession £3


Then, at 7.30pm, enjoy the first of the Young PromotERs cult classics flim nights with the most successful comedy of the eighties: Ghostbusters, complete with free popcorn! We ain’t afraid of no ghosts…

Sunday 6th | 7.30pm | Standard £4, Concession £3


Our hugely successful Monday at the Movies event also continues this month with Marilyn Munroe classic Some Like it Hot. As always, a free tea or coffee is included in the price of your ticket.

Mon 7th Feb | 11am | Standard £4, Concession £3



Returning to EPT by popular demand, Joni Keen brings A Tribute to Ella on Sunday 13th Feb . The show recently wowed audiences and critics alike during six sell-out night at the Fringe, so book your tickets now to avoid disappointment!

Sunday 13th | 2pm | Standard £10, Concession £8, Student £5


Masterclass Series

Our Masterclass Series also continues this month, beginning on Sunday 6th with Shakespeare with Lissa Lorenzo. Aimed at participants interested in performance, Lissa’s practical and fun session will help performers get to grip with the Bard and bring new life to his remarkable words. 

Sat 6th Feb | 4pm-6.30pm | Standard £5, Concession £3

Screenwriting with Malcolm Morrison: Do you have a story you’re dying to tell but don’t know how to go about it? Or are you interested in seeing if you have what it takes to be a screenwriter? If so, Malcolm (author of several short films and currently a script writer with STV) will teach the basics of what you need to know to get started as a screenwriter and answer any questions you might have about the screenwriting process.

Sun 27th Feb | 2pm-6pm | Standard £5, Concession £3

All masterclasses take place in the main auditorium and are for ages 16+

For more information on upcoming events check out the Jan-Apr 2011 Programme, and don’t forget you can follow all the latest news on EPT’s Facebook or Twitter or right here on the Blog.





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