Mull Theatre, Isle of Mull | 31 August | 7PM | BOOK HERE
Iona Village Hall, Iona | 4 September | 7PM | BOOK HERE
Bunessan Village Hall, Isle of Mull | 5 September| 7PM | BOOK HERE
Atlantic Island Centre, Luing | 7 September| 6.30PM | BOOK HERE
Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine | 8 September| 7.00 PM | BOOK HERE
Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock | 9 September| 2.30PM | BOOK HERE
Alhambra Theatre, Stirling | 11 September | 7PM | BOOK HERE
Paisley Arts Centre, Paisley| 13 September| 7.30PM | BOOK HERE
Carmichael Hall, Giffnock | 14 September| 6.30PM | BOOK HERE 
The Byre Theatre, St Andrews | 15 September | 7.30PM - BOOK HERE
Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh | 16 & 18 September |11AM & 2.30PM |  BOOK HERE 
The Anatomy Rooms, Aberdeen| 19 September | 7PM - BOOK HERE
James Milne Institute, Findhorn | 21 September | 7PM - BOOK HERE
Lyth Arts Centre, Wick | 22 September | 6.30PM| BOOK HERE
Eden Court, Inverness | 23 September | 5PM - BOOK HERE
Aros Community Centre| 25 September | 7PM - BOOK HERE 
Fochabers Public Institute | 26 September | 7.30PM - BOOK HERE
Eastgate Theatre | Peebles| 29 September | 2.30PM - BOOK HERE 


★★★★Time Out (Critic's Choice) ingenious revival...Amy Draper's extraordinarily sensual production... deserves massive praise Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World

Usagi Yojimbo 'Stewart Melton's loose, funny adaptation... a seasonal treat' ★★★★ Time  Out (Critic's Choice)

★★★★★ "Writer Finn Anderson has truly come into his own... with quality writing, a beautiful musical score, vocal harmonies that send shivers down the spine ...this is a musical which hits the spot in some style" (Broadway Baby on Alba)



Eilidh has never left her island. Every day is the same. Same chores, same people, same conversations. She stands on the cliffs and dreams of the Bigland over the sea.

Then one day a strange girl from faraway arrives on the Island - and with her, events that will change Eilidh's life forever.

Boldly exploring themes of conflict, migration and identity, Islander is for everyone 8 years and older. Blending dramatic action, epic storytelling and a cappella song, the performers live-record and layer their voices with looping technology to create a feast for the ears and imagination.

Developed in association with Mull Theatre | Supported by Creative Scotland.  


Bethany Tennick - Eilidh
Kirsty Findlay - Arran

Creative Team

Directed by Amy Draper
Written by Stewart Melton
Music & Lyrics by Finn Anderson

Assistant Director - Kate Nancy Stevens
Community Engagement & Workshop Facilitator - Alasdair Satchel
Production Assistant - Luke Morley
Company Stage Manager - Claire Litton
Publicity Design - Madison Clare
PR - Storytelling PR
Producer - Helen Milne