The highly acclaimed production tells the history and the tragedy of Scotland, performed as a Highland ceilidh, with song, humour and drama intermixed; creating a unique theatrical event, that remains as vital and relevant today as it was when 7:84 Scotland first presented it, over 40 years ago.
‘It has everything, and it throws it at you in generous handfuls; laughter, farce, drama, live song and dance, finely researched political intent.’ (David Pollock, The Independent), The Cheviot is ‘rousing, raucous, polemical, plangent and fun’ (Mark Fisher, The Guardian).
This January, Sting takes to the stage for a limited run of his musical, The Last Ship, in California. BAA’s Annie Grace will be reprising her role as Baroness Tyndale,…Read More
Brand new crime drama Deadwater Fell comes to Channel 4 this month, and features BAA’s Hannah Donaldson. The series follows a small Scottish community that is rocked by the murder…Read More
We’re thrilled for Amy Kennedy, who will be joining the cast of River City! Playing the mysterious Maisie Evans, Amy arrives in Shieldinch in early 2020 and we’re excited to…Read More
This year Visible Fictions commissioned 4 writers based in Scotland to tell a Christmas story. The result is Digital Fictions, four films to be released each day from 16th-19th December,…Read More
Louise Montgomery features in Traces, a suspense-filled crime thriller based on an original idea by best-selling crime writer Val McDermid, written by Amelia Bullmore and set in the world of…Read More
I Can Go Anywhere comes to the Traverse Theatre this December and features Paul McCole as Stevie, a disillusioned academic who once wrote an unfashionable book on youth movements in…Read More