List of Series
List of Events
The Play of Light Upon The EarthBy Sally Hobson
One summer’s days many bombs explode unexpectedly changing the lives of many people forever.
From Paisley to PaoloA Play, A Pie and A Pint By Martin McCardie
It’s 2006, Jack is 19 and was born on the same day, in the same hour, in the same hospital as Paolo Nutini.
Number One FanA Play, A Pie and A Pint By Kim Millar
Jan McArthur is raging. Her husband just left her for a woman 20 years her junior. She's lost her job.
Black Men WalkingBy Testament
Thomas, Matthew and Richard walk. They walk the first Saturday of every month. Walking and talking. But this walk… Maybe they should have cancelled.
Mack the KnifeA Play, A Pie and A Pint By Morag Fullarton
Berlin, the late 1920’s… a time of decadence, despair and joie de vivre. A young Jewish composer, Kurt Weill, meets his muse, singer Lotte Lenya, and falls in love.
Clybourne ParkBy Bruce Norris
Hailed as ‘shockingly entertaining’ and ‘appallingly funny’, Pulitzer award-winning Clybourne Park is a razor-sharp satire about the politics of race.
Fly Me to the MoonA Play, A Pie and A Pint By Marie Jones
Francis and Loretta are broke community care workers. Davy, one of their charges, has had a big win on the horses, and now the women grapple with their conscience.
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 DriftBy Hannah Lavery
The Drift is a journey through history, through Scottishness, through belonging, and through grief.
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?
Build A RocketBy Christopher York
Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe award-winning Build a Rocket is a powerful and uplifting play about triumph over adversity.
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.