Opportunities to work with Theatre Gu Leòr or to participate in our work will appear on this page. 

Theatre Gu Leòr always wants to hear from artists with Gàidhlig and those who have an interest in Gàidhlig theatre. Please get in touch by sending us information about you and your work to info@theatreguleor.com, and you are always welcome to come in and speak to us.

For more information, please see our Creative Learning page.

Theatre Gu Leòr is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Staff will normally be recruited on the basis of an individual’s knowledge and competence for the posts advertised. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applicants from all sectors of society.


Development week for writers

Theatre Gu Leòr and the Gaelic Books Council are offering an opportunity for Gaelic writers any any stage in their career to develop their skills in writing drama at a week-long residency on Lewis from 29th September to 4th October.

For more information, please click HERE. [Please note this information is in Gaelic.]

Photo by Laura Cameron Lewis

Photo by Laura Cameron Lewis


send us a script

At Theatre Gu Leòr we are committed to producing new plays written in Gaelic.

We would love to hear from writers with new scripts (which have not previously been staged in full).

Before sending us a script, we recommend that you familiarise yourself with the work and style of Theatre Gu Leòr. Come and see our productions and take a look at what we have done previously. This should give you a feel for what would work for our audiences.

Scripts can be sent to muireann@theatreguleor.com.

We aim to read and respond to each script within three months.


HOT DESKS AVAILABLE FOR GÀIDHLIG ARTISTS

Glasgow-based Gàidhlig theatre company Theatre Gu Leòr, have two hot desk spaces available to Gàidhlig Artists who need a space to work in Gàidhlig. The desks are in our new office in Unit 3, 22 Mansfield Street, Glasgow, G11 5QP

For more information, please write to us at info@theatreguleor.com

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Open door

We offer free, one to one advice sessions for new and established artists and professionals.

Join us for a cup of tea and biscuits to discuss placement opportunities, mentoring, professional development, Gaelic arts, script development, collaboration and project ideas. 

These sessions are arranged on request and designed to suit the needs of the individual.

 To book a session, please email your enquiry to: info@theatreguleor.com