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.
The 15th Annual Glasgow Film Festival runs from 20 February to 3 March and closes with UK premiere of Brian Welsh’s Beats, the film adaptation of Scottish playwright Kieran Hurley’s…Read More
A music and theatre spectacle, The Dark Carnival features sixteen performers and musicians, including BAA’s Natali McCleary, Ramesh Meyyappan, and Harry Ward. The show tells the story of newcomers to the…Read More
Dundee Rep Ensemble’s production of All My Sons opens in February and features Brennan Artists Barrie Hunter and Antony Strachan. A gripping story of a family in crisis, All My Sons…Read More
The Ghosting of Rabbie Burns is a new comedy by writer Gillian Duffy, and stars BAA’s James Mackenzie and Morna Young. Heartbroken author Ariel Winters takes herself away to her aunt’s…Read More
BAA’s Fiona Wood was again part of Jonathan Watson’s Only An Excuse, airing on Hogmanay 2018. Featuring sketches, spoofs, gags and comic characters, Only An Excuse put the boot into the…Read More
Message from the Skies returned to Edinburgh on Tuesday 1 January with a selection of love letters written to Europe. The words of six internationally celebrated writers – Billy Letford, Chitra Ramaswamy,…Read More