A place to share new ideas;
A place to test new ideas in your community for the future of your community!
A place to celebrate, a place to meet.
A place to perform, sing, dance, show, make and talk!

Initiated to generate discussion about the form of public spaces within our community, Pollokshields Playhouse is a grassroots project that seeks to connect people with under-used public space. Through the temporary animation of a redundant and derelict site the project will provide a unique opportunity for testing new possibilities for the future of Pollokshields and Port Eglington.

We need you to create PLACE + PROGRAMME

Pollokshields Playhouse team is made up of (in alphabetical order):

Ria Din, Core team
Jassy Earl, resident photographer
Bill Fraser, Core team
Lee Ivett, lead artist/ architect
Kat Loudon, visual identity
Michelle Montgomery Masters, community engagement liaison
Rachel O’Neill, lead artist/ producer

Pollokshields Playhouse has also been creatively developed by:

BAXENDALE
ReCoat

Supporters

This project is being delivered by Pollokshields Community Council with the kind support and generosity of the following organisations and funding bodies.

Pollokshields Playhouse is only possible thanks to the site owner Dundas Properties allowing us temporary use of the site and supporting our work through in kind contributions that have helped to prepare the site for the community.