What’s your life worth? In a horribly plausible near future, a government obsessed with capping the spiralling pensions deficit has come up with a price. They’ve even hired one of those arms-length organisations they get to do their dirty work to sell it. In their sights are people like Alan McDonald who have reached their average life expectancy. But Alan is having none of it. Part Swiftian satire, part intimate reflection on what it’s like to grow old, Robert Dawson Scott’s timely new play asks troubling questions about high-pressure sales techniques, self-worth and the dark side of family love.
David Ireland’s What The Animals Say comes to Oran Mor this June, and features BAA’s Kevin Lennon. The waiting room for the Stranraer to Belfast ferry. Two old schoolfriends bump into…Read More
BAA’s Ross Allan and Barrie Hunter are part of the cast of A-Z of Dundee, a brand new anarchic, fast-paced, (and mostly true) history of Dundee, touring a selection of venues…Read More
Yellow is the Colour of Sunshine is a charming new play about friends who learn to communicate about their feelings, and features BAA’s Connor Bryson. Award winning writer Brendan Murray…Read More
Written by Dave Anderson, Tír na nÓg comes to Oran Mor this May and features BAA’s Annie Grace. Tír na nÓg is “The Land Of The Young” in Celtic Mythology, where,…Read More
Written by BAA’s Simon Macallum , directed by Neil Leiper and featuring Natali McCleary and David McGowan, Cool Dads returns to Oran Mor this Spring, part of their season of the most popular…Read More
Scottish author Chris McQueer turns his attentions to the screen with this adaptation of his book Hings, coming to BBC iPlayer this April. Episode one, Sammy’s Bag of Whelks, features BAA’s…Read More