The Isle of Love is a bittersweet tale of love, loss, recovery and discovery infused with the quirky lyrical genius of Adam Ross’ music.
The play addresses the beauty and restorative qualities of island life and also explores why people choose to visit, to remain, to depart and to return.
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
BAA’s Tori Burgess plays Ava in Off Grid, a new play for BBC Radio 4, recorded on location in Scotland. Written by Ben Lewis, Off Grid is a quirky and dark psychological drama…Read More
Uma Nada-Rajah’s Toy Plastic Chicken comes to Oran Mor this spring and features BAA’s Neshla Caplan and David James Kirkwood. At Edinburgh Airport, a toy plastic chicken is suspected to be a bomb. A woman is…Read More
Morag Fullerton’s Casablanca returns this spring having won the People’s Choice Vote, nominated by audiences as the play they’d most like to see return to the Oran Mor stage. Featuring BAA’s…Read More
A hip-shaking story about liberation, Hula is directed by BAA’s Robin Haig, and has its TV premiere on the new BBC Scotland channel on Thursday 18th April, as part of the…Read More