A Moment's Peace: Endurance

Culture 2014 and The Arches present

A Moment's Peace: Endurance

Thu 24 - Sun 27 Jul 2014 | 7pm, Thurs 24th - Fri 25th July | 2pm & 7pm, Sat 26th July | 5pm, Sun 27th July | 14+ | £7/£5

A Moment’s Peace and The Women’s Creative Company in Co-Production with The Arches present ENDURANCE.

“We’ve been searching,

Searching for stories about her

Whoever she might be…”

Endurance is a striking new theatre production that invites audiences to embark on a journey of discovery, one that imagines and recreates the historical and personal stories of Commonwealth sportswomen from across the world.

Created and performed by over twenty women living in Glasgow, Endurance considers the changing role of women in competitive sport, examining what it takes to be the best and why ‘what’ you represent matters.

This piece, presented for the first time during Festival 2014, has been developed under the Artistic Direction of Catrin Evans, following her recent success Dear Scotland for the National Theatre of Scotland show, and Grid Iron’s promenade sell-out Edinburgh International Festival 2013 epic Leaving Planet Earth. The show has been developed with Jennifer Edgar and the creative team includes Janice Parker (Movement), Claire Halleran (Design), Scott Tynholm (Sound) and Lucy Gaizely (Creative Producer).

Endurance is an official Festival 2014 event.

A Moment’s Peace is a Glasgow-based theatre company dedicated to making innovative new theatre and working with diverse community groups to create high quality artistic work. We create productions, interactive arts events and participatory projects that explore the links between the personal and the political.

All performances of Endurance will be BSL-interpreted.


The quality of the writing, acting and direction is often superb, and perfectly pitched… a beautiful, eloquent and technically stunning show, that offers a unique and spectacular future perspective on the most challenging crisis of our time.”

**** The Scotsman on Leaving Planet Earth

“…director Catrin Evans creates a dramatic and emotional focus which is sustained from start to finish.” ****

Thom Dibdin.co.uk for Some Other Mother

‘A blazingly vivid encounter — with carpets, cushions and tea’

**** The Scotsman for The Chronicles of Irania

“lays bare the truth with chilling effect.”

**** The Herald for My Fabulous Tartan Frock