Young Quines

Your space to use your voice, tell your stories and be creative together…

Our new Young Quines theatre and drama groups are for young women and non-binary people aged 14 – 21 across Fife.

The fortnightly sessions are led by professional theatre-makers. Throughout the year there will also be theatre trips, workshops from visiting artists and opportunities to share your creative work.

Young Quines groups are completely free to attend. Support can be provided towards travel costs.

Groups are running in Anstruther, Dunfermline, Levenmouth and Lochgelly. You can join a group at any time. Find out more below.

Sign up now by emailing: beth@stellarquines.co.uk 

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Meet Rachel-Jane Morrison

Rachel-Jane is a theatre-maker, director and community arts practitioner from Levenmouth in Fife.

She came up with the idea for Young Quines and asked us to create the project with her. We’re excited to be working with her and other amazing theatre-makers to run these theatre and drama groups.

Watch this video to see her explain more about Young Quines and what to expect when you join.

Locations and dates

You are welcome to join a group at any time.

Sign up now by emailing: beth@stellarquines.co.uk 

Meet the team


Young Quines is being led by these brilliant professional theatre-makers.

Creative Practitioners:

  • Amy Watt
  • Beth Godfrey
  • Rachel-Jane Morrison
  • Sam Hardie

Emerging Creative Practitioners:

  • Catriona Kirk
  • Lauren Carter Allan
  • Rachel Grandison
  • Rachel Keiller
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Culture Collective fund logo - funder of Young Quines

Young Quines is Stellar Quines project within the national programme called Culture Collective, coordinated by Creative Scotland. As part of their Covid response, the Scottish Government have made a £6M investment into the Culture Collective programme, to place creative practitioners in communities in 26 projects around Scotland.

Large numbers of creative freelancers have lost their income because of the Covid pandemic and people in communities are also experiencing real difficulties. The basic principle of Culture Collective is simple – to pay creatives to work with communities.

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Support Us

Stellar Quines runs a range of projects working with youth groups, especially those who might not have had the opportunity to experience or make theatre before.

If you would like to support our work, please consider making a regular or one-off donation to our programme.

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