tapsalteerie

tapsalteerie

(ˈtæpsəlˈtiːrɪ)
adj, adv, n
Scot topsy-turvy
[C17: of uncertain origin]
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Jackie Smith of Tapsalteerie Theatre will lead the Dance Studio for six- to nine-year-olds at 2pm.
Entertainment will be provided by local band Haggerdash and duo Tapsalteerie. "They will be sure to receive a warm welcome and this event is billed as the ideal antidote to the festive season and our typical Scottish weather as well as helping charity," added SNP branch chairman Jim Wright.
In this tapsalteerie world, the losers act triumphant and the winners live to fight another day.
tapsalteerie. (7) With the action of God in Jesus Christ most clearly
The show was researched, written and directed by Tapsalteerie Theatre led by David and Jackie Smith, with Ian Turner on sound.
There's a great old Scottish word, "tapsalteerie", that means upside down.
Looking back David and Jackie Smith of Tapsalteerie Theatre
Cash boost Strathblane pupil Ava Arnot presents the cheque to Mr Hornall watched by (left) Tapsalteerie Theatre's Jackie Smith, Killearn Primary pupils Eva Williamson and Zoe Loughrey, Strathblane's Cameron Baxter, Balfron primary pupils Astrid Homfrey and Josh Graham and David Smith, Stirling Smith Museum
When I passed on this news to Stanley Baxter, the most venerated verbaliser in Glasgow's history, the great man was absolutely tapsalteerie with shock.
David and Jackie Smith's Tapsalteerie Theatre, in partnership with The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum, had only spent a short time with the cast of 80 but, working with the schools, pulled off an insight into local history of the time including - as one cheeky narrator put it - "the juicy bits".
Youngsters from the three schools have been working with David and Jackie Smith of Tapsalteerie Theatre Scotland.