Written when Brecht was a refugee in Finland, The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui charts Hitler’s rise to power as a parable play. Arturo Ui is a wannabe gangster in 1930s Chicago, very firmly in Al Capone’s shadow. But with a bit of muscle from his companions and a few “acting” lessons, a man can run any town.
The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui features Barrie Hunter and runs from 31st May – 10th June, in venues in and around Dundee.
Claire’s kids have fled the nest. The hole this leaves in her life brings on a crippling fear of flying. Her fear has bled into most things now. Her life is…Read More
Someone. Somewhere near here. Near or maybe not that near. But never that far away. Straightens their bunny ears and refuses to smile. Presses Retweet. Joins a sea of pussy hats. Gets through another day.…Read More
A new musical from Andy Cannon and Richard Ferguson, directed by Ken Alexander. The Sunshine Ghost tells the wonderfully comic story of the acquisition of Castle MacKinnon by a love-struck…Read More
Curious Shoes explores a new performance approach, devised by Magdalena Schamberger, Artistic Director of Hearts & Minds. Specially created for an audience of people living with dementia and their families and carers,…Read More
Ivan is a writer with a deadline but he’s blocked. Ten years ago to the day his mother passed and a phone call from his brother has him reliving the…Read More
Morna Young has been one of just four writers chosen to represent Aberdeen in the Paines Plough event tonight which will map Britain’s most talented voices. Tickets can be bought…Read More