The Southside Group – Past Productions
The Peabody Chronicles
The complete story
Spanning a 30-year period, from 1887 to 1917, ‘The Peabody Chronicles’ is a tale of villainy, skulduggery, kidnap, heroism, war, love, heartbreak, revenge, injustice, come-uppance…
I loved this, have told plenty of people all about it and would thoroughly recommend you take your creatively critical eye and go and learn what it is like to emerge from lockdown with your art intact.
The Night Before Christmas
An online Christmas card to everyone
Based on Clement C. Moore’s iconic poem… featuring night caps, reindeer and beards, one Glasgow street waits excitedly for Christmas Day…
The Peabody Chronicles
The Southside Group’s first public performance online – The Peabody Chronicles.
This development piece was part of the overall This Fire programme, with support from Creative Scotland. We plan to develop it into a full length performance in 2021.
A melodramatic feast full of villainy, tragedy and heroic deeds. The year is 1917. With Philip Snr. away, fighting in the war, his penniless family confront their avaricious landlord, Lord Stroke. Suspicion, sensation, intrigue and humour combine.
To watch The Peabody Chronicles – Episode 1 please click below:
Thank you for all your patience and hard work. It was just superb. Everyone was fantastic.
This was truly delightful, heartening and playfully and artfully played by the Southside Group! Nice going with these elegant boxes of sweet delights – better than Cadbury’s! Really fine job of direction, fitting all the individuals and the poem together. Loved it!
Just wanted to write and thank you for all your work with the Southside Group this year. I think what you have produced in both films has been brilliantly creative and great fun, especially given the challenges we’ve faced this year.
The Occasion gratefully acknowledges support of TSG, both present and past, from Localgiving and People’s Postcode Trust, a grant-giving charity funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, Creative Scotland, Glasgow Life, Foundation Scotland, Bank of Scotland Foundation, Foyle Foundation, The Lady Neville Charitable Trust, The Hugh Fraser Foundation, Bellahouston Bequest Fund, James T. Howat Charitable Trust, The Endrick Trust and The W M Mann Foundation.