Carolyn Yates

28 October 2021
Three people wearing scarves and sun glasses smiling stand on steps in front of a stone building with a red door.

Gazing – a  play by Carolyn Yates, skilfully weaving musings, memories, poetry and provocations. Performed by Linda Duncan McLaughlin, Sheila Grier and Kirsty Miller.

Inspired by the women who collaborated with Kim Ayres to create the Women Over Fifty Project, Gazing is about bodies, older women’s bodies – what we think about them and what you think about them.

Bold, funny, illuminating – and challenging.

45 minutes running time and no interval, post-show discussion welcomed.

Gazing is coming to Wigtown for a performance in The Print Room on the 28 November 2021. If you would like to book tickets for it, or any of the other performances in the area, click here


Writer: Carolyn Yates

Director: Linda Duncan McLaughlin


Sheila Grier

Kirsty Miller

Linda Duncan McLaughlin

Production company: Buskers

Lighting and technical Support: Ken Gouge

Supported by: Together Again Fund (DG Unlimited) DG Arts Live and Luminate

With Thanks to

Kim Ayres Photography;

Drew Taylor Director  Digital version  Gaze,  and dramaturgy.

Photo credit Stephen Will