Stirling Project – Scotsman article
Alan Cameron

The Scotsman have published an article on the Macrobert Arts Centre projects, including the one Stand Easy are involved in, in Stirling. Here is the link:

https://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/culture/hannah-utley-what-a-drama-how-conversation-starters-can-build-real-connections-1-4668138

Stirling project, 5th – 23rd February
Alan Cameron

The Macrobert Arts Centre at Stirling University has invited Stand Easy to run a 3 week drama and music project for Veterans who are experiencing isolation.

Alan Cameron will run this along with the musician Ainsley Hamill. Volunteer students from the University will also be taking part.

At the start, there will be plenty of opportunity for everyone to get to know each other and where every participant has the choice as to how involved they want to be.

We will then deliver music and drama skills which will lead to the devising of a short performance to friends, family and an invited audience.

No previous drama or music experience is required. All we want is Veterans who are prepared to give it a try, to step up to a challenge in a supportive and friendly environment.

For further information get in touch with Ally Gemmell at: [email protected], or Alan Cameron at: [email protected]