Mull Theatre brings two plays to Bute

Mull Theatre's productions of Scota-land (above) and The Man Who Had All The Luck will visit Rothesay in October.
Mull Theatre's productions of Scota-land (above) and The Man Who Had All The Luck will visit Rothesay in October.

The award-winning Mull Theatre brings not one but two plays to Bute next month as part of its 2012 autumn tour programme.

Rothesay Pavilion plays host on October 1 to Scota-Land by Andy Cannon, telling the story of the Isle of Mickle, which is famous for just one thing - The Crown of Destiny, a national icon on display in Scota-land, the famous museum and visitor centre, which had stayed on its plinth for more than a hundred years until disaster struck on the day of the Great Storm.

Then, on October 24, again at Rothesay Pavilion, Mull Theatre and Sell a Door Theatre together present the rarely-performed Arthur Miller play The Man Who Had All the Luck, following the life of a motor mechanic in the American Midwest of the 1930s, who is blessed day after day with good fortune while those all around him face difficult times.

For more information, including performance times and ticket prices, contact Rothesay Pavilion on (01700) 504250 or click on the link to the right of this article to go to the Mull Theatre website.