NOVEMBER / DECEMBER
Morna is excited to be partaking in a period of professional development in Paris kindly supported by Creative Scotland.
Morna's new play Never Land (an Eden Court production) opens at The Beacon Arts Centre on 20th October. Both Never Land and Sunset Song perform at Eden Cout on 27th October.
Sunset Song continues it's Scottish tour including Perth Concert Hall, Beacon Art's Centre, MacRobert Stirling, Kings Edinburgh and Kings Glasgow. The tour will run until mid-November.
As part of the New Playwright's Award, Morna will attend a residency at Cove Park. She also joined the cast of Sell a Door / The Beacon's production of Sunset Song as composer, musical director and performer.
Morna travels to Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland this month to read extracts of LOST AT SEA at the European Authors' Festival.
Morna joined Imaginate on their Wild Journey residency to Mull for a weekend adventure with ten other artists.
Morna wrote and presented two five minute theatre pieces called "Where did we come from?" (produced by Eden Court) as part of the NTS's Great Yes, No, Don't Know debate.
Morna travelled to Southend this month to record the Fishwives debut album "Ocean Bound".
Morna is delighted to be taking part in Rough Mix at Summerhall.
Morna will be reading an extract of "Lost at Sea" at the CPG on Culture at the Scottish Parliament on 18th March. She will also be taking part in the panel discussion: “Intrinsic right or expendable luxury: the challenges and opportunities in securing cultural funding”.
Morna was very flattered to be named as one of Scotland on Sunday's Eligibles 2014. To see the full list, click here