Libraries

Libraries

We have thousands of plays available on loan to members which are housed in 2 libraries in Scotland

The libraries have scripts suitable for drama enthusiasts, and available for borrowing. There is a large collection of plays and sets of plays – full-length; one act; Scottish; plays from other countries; by famous authors (Ayckbourn, Albee, Corrie, Coward,Liz Lochhead, Miller, to Shaw, Shakespeare, Sheridan , and Wilde – to mention only some); plays for Easter and Christmas; pantos, musicals and many plays for youth groups.
SCDA. Headquarters operates a discount service with the main publishers. If ordered through Headquarters, scripts will cost up to 15% less, depending on the publisher.

National Library – Edinburgh

Summerhall Arts Centre,
1 Summerhall, Edinburgh EH9 1PL
Opening hours:
Tuesday 14:15-19:00, or by special arrangement with librarians
Librarians Douglas Currie, Alison McCallum and Susan Wales : email library@scda.org.uk
Postal service in operation at all times.

Summerhall TV has created this video about the National Library

Inverness

Inverness Public Library, Farraline Park, Inverness
Open Mon & Fri 9.00am-7.30pm Tues & Thurs 9.00am-6.30pm Wed & Sat 9.00am-5.00pm
Librarians Miss E Burridge, Mrs G Priddice, and Ms S Skelton
Telephone 01463 236463

Kirkcaldy

Sinclairtown Public Library, sadly closed early in 2016.  Its scripts however were all moved to the National Library in Summerhall.