Love Drama & The Great Yes, No, Don’t Know Five Minute Theatre Show! By Katie Fegan

The National Theatre of Scotland’s Five Minute Theatre is a very familiar project to us here at Love Drama, as I’m sure it is to those of you who are regular readers of this blog. So far we have entered in a whopping 7 entries over the years, the most recent being as part of

My Drama Diary from P1 to S6 by Katie Fegan, age 17

I have just finished a very long yet overall enjoyable 13 years in education, and over this time I have experienced a wide range of theatre and have been given several different forms of training. To honour the start of Kirsten’s wonderful new company, The Drama Box, I thought I would share my experiences of

Just Say Yes!- Taking Chances by Katie Fegan, 17

A million decisions are made every day, and most of these we take for granted. We choose what to eat for breakfast, the clothes we’re going to wear and the general plan for accomplishing whatever short term goals we have recently set out for ourselves. I guess you wouldn’t call these things ‘opportunities’. But, the

Glasgow Girls Review by Katie Fegan, 17

Foreword by Kirsten McCrossan (founder of Love Drama). Cora Bissett’s Glasgow Girls from The National Theatre of Scotlandhas had a big effect on Love Drama. I am a massive fan of the show and went twice in the last Glasgow run. I was delighted when I heard it was back again and that there was a suitable date

Love Drama – I Don’t Want to Go. By Calum Johnston, 17.

I love this group, and if you are a parent and reading this thinking “would my child like this?” then book them on this course ASAP. Cause everyone in that group are wonderful, full of energy and welcoming. Calum Johnston on the Love Drama Friday Classes in Musselburgh, East Lothian. My last day was something

Truth About Youth by Katie Fegan, 16

Imagine being told you could achieve your childhood dream, being told that when you made that wish upon a star it really would come true. I recently asked two of my best friends, Meg and Kirsten, what they wanted to do when they were seven years old. Kirsten wanted to be a paleontologist Meg wanted to be

I Have Never Laughed as Much in the History of Love Drama by Calum Johnston

Calum Johnston of our Musselburgh Improv Academy writes about the return of ex members Sunny Murray and Abbie Paterson as they return to the group to take a workshop and pass on skills they have learned while in full time acting training and Sunny attending adult improv sessions in Edinburgh. “Sunny and Abbie taught with

‘A Lesson in Stand-Up’ by Katie Fegan, 15

“Why Boris Johnston should become Prime Minister, Valentine’s Day, a fear of turtle necks and the awesome guy Graham that works at Lidl.” Katie Fegan, 15, member of the Love Drama Improv Academy, Musselburgh This week in the Love Drama Improv Academy we got to experience something a bit different. We were told that a