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 fifth and final season of Shetland airs on BBC One this spring, and features BAA’s Jenni Keenan Green and Natali McCleary in a brand-new murder case for DI Jimmy Perez. A…Read More
Iconic BBC comedy Still Game will premiere its ninth – and final series – on the new BBC Scotland channel and features BAA’s Maureen Carr and Joanna Tope. The six-part…Read More
Playing as part of Oran Mor’s celebration of 500 shows, Chic Murray: A Funny Place for A Window returns to A Play, A Pie and A Pint on 25th March…Read More
Challenged by the National Theatre of Scotland to explore their relationship with Europe, some of Scotland’s most adventurous artists and theatre makers will present their powerful, playful and provocative responses…Read More
We’re delighted to announce that our client Ryan J Mackay will be staying on in the cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child for another year, this time taking on…Read More
Presented by Taking Flight Theatre, Peeling by Kaite O’Reilly tours across Wales, Oxford & Manchester and features BAA’s Bea Webster. In shadow, never centre stage, 3 performers await their brief…Read More