List of Series
List of Events
The Sweetest GrowlA Play, A Pie and A Pint By Claire Nicol
In the 1950’s, Mary McGowan was the sensational singer with cult Scottish jazz band The Clyde Valley Stompers but at the height of her fame, she gave it all up to be a housewife. Did she have any regrets?
The PanopticonBy Jenni Fagan
Brought for the first time to the stage, The Panopticon is a visceral, bloody and brutal testament to life and friendship.
The Monstrous HeartMade at Traverse By Oliver Emanuel
The Monstrous Heart is thrilling, chilling and witty, examining afresh the eternal question of whether we ever really change how we’re made.
Anatomy: Finest Cuts
Full-throttle live art cabaret: an unpredictable cauldron of mischievous performance, featuring everything from tactical action to bleak bouffon and ballet to biscuits.
thick skin, elastic heartBy Drew Taylor-Wilson
A collection of contemporary spoken-word monologues and group poems, giving voice to a generation, frequently reduced to a sound-bite in mass media.
Workshop: Autobiographical Spoken Word
Led by award winning artists Cat Hepburn and Lucy Wild, this workshop will explore spoken word theatre as an alternative, viable medium of performance compared to more traditional forms. Free to ticket holders.
The Slocan RamblersSoundhouse
Blending impressive bluegrass virtuosity with a fresh contemporary appeal, The Slocan Ramblers mix fine originals with rowdy old-time numbers.
FibresBy Frances Poet
Written by award-winning playwright Frances Poet (Gut), Fibres tells the story of the terrible legacy of asbestosis in the Clyde shipyards.
Hope and JoyBy Ellie Stewart
A deeply original play that explores love and loss in a changing environment, using bold visuals and strong physical elements to imagine a Scotland in a time much like ours, but not quite.
Ye Vagabonds comprises of harmony-rich folk music, influenced by Irish traditional music, Appalachian singing, and the 1960s folk revival.
Still No IdeaBy Lisa Hammond, Lee Simpson & Rachael Spence
Part-verbatim theatre, part-confession, part-comedy sketch show with a bit of singing and dancing thrown in.
Come and join Imaginate for an evening of early-stage performance ideas for young audiences, presented in partnership with the Traverse.