Dunoon Burgh Hall

James V: Katherine 15.05.24

James V Katherine 15.05.24

Event information

Date: Wed, 15 May 2024

Time: Doors open 1.00pm, show commences 1.30pm

Cost: £10, Under 16's and Young Scot Card holders £6

Type: Show

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A Raw Material & Capital Theatres Co-production

James V: Katherine

“If a young woman made you smile, you wouldnae want to see her set on fire, would you?”

Katherine Hamilton is a nineteen-year-old woman facing arrest and trial in the King’s court, with only her quick wit as defence against execution.

James V: Katherine is a dramatic interpretation of key events during a turbulent time in Scotland’s history, events that did happen and did change Scotland forever. But this is also a play filled with hidden histories, deft comedy and a secret love story between two young women.

Rona Munro’s renowned James Plays – the theatrical series set during the reigns of Scotland’s generations of Stewart kings – have entertained audiences on main stages since 2014. Now, this latest standalone episode tours to theatres, town halls and arts centres across the country, in a co-production between Raw Material and Capital Theatres, directed by Orla O’Loughlin (Enough Of Him, What Girls Are Made Of). Experience this epic tale presented as an up-close-and-intimate performance.

Written by RONA MUNRO



Lighting Designer: DEREK ANDERSON

Composer/Sound Designer: DANNY KRASS
Associate Director: EVE NICOL

Movement Director and Intimacy Co-ordinator – Janice Parker

Cast: Sean Connor (River City, Moorcroft) Catriona Faint (Dracula: Mina’s Reckoning, Enough Of Him), Benjamin Osugo (Alföld, A Christmas Carol) and Alyth Ross (Dalgliesh).

Supported by Chris Grace Hartness and funded by the Creative Scotland Touring Fund.

Image: Mihaela Bodlovic

Running time: 1hr 20m

Click the link to see the digital programme: https://www.rawmaterialarts.com/jvk-programme

‘Recommended for ages 12+, includes some strong language and sexual references. No latecomers will be permitted into the performance.’