The Fable Theatre Company is a Scottish based company that has been producing Theatre, on and off, for the last 20 years.
It began in 1994, when it produced the show "Forbidden" which went on a National tour - taking in the venues : Mumford Theatre (Cambridge), Grand Opera House (York), Gilded Balloon (Edinburgh Fringe), and then completing it's tour with a week long run at the Riverside Studios in London. Funding for this show came from a generous donation from Sir Cameron Mackintosh.
Subsequent shows included : "A Fox's Tale" - directed by David Lee Micheals (which ran at the Edinburgh Festival, and then for a week-long run at the Oran Mor Theatre in Glasgow), "Side by Side by Sondheim" - directed by Susan Clark (which went on an extensive national tour of smaller venues throughout the country), "The Love of One" - directed by Alan Fleming-Baird ( a one-woman show of songs which ran at the Baron's Court Theatre in London, and was subsequently broadcast on BBC Radio 2), "Late and Lyrical" - directed by Julia McKenzie (which was a review show which ran at the Jermyn Street Theatre in London's West-End for two weeks, and was a co-production with the "Mercury Musicals Workshop"), "The Homecoming" - directed by Susan Clark (at the Paisley Arts Centre), and "Look Back In Anger" - directed by Stephen Lord (at the Ramshorn Theatre in Glasgow).
As well as these shows the company has also been involved in Community Theatre projects (often in local Scottish churches) - these in recent years have included : "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat", "Captain Noah", and "In The Company of Folly" ( a Sondheim review).
Our next production
Fable Theatre has not produced a show in the last 5 years, but is pleased to announce that, in 201 6, we will be producing a newly written musical entitled "Divided We Fall" written by Alan Fleming-Baird.