Jim McLean might never be called one of Scottish football’s best-loved characters, but he will always be described as one of the most respected. While boss of Dundee United, McLean did something that no-one thought possible, and turned a provincial football club into a genuine, European force, though not without cost.
Smile, a new piece based on the life of this legendary football icon, reveals for the first time the complexities and contradictions, the highs and lows, and the triumphs and regrets of this totally unique individual.
Runs Tue 18 February – Sat 7 March 2020
The Nest is a new six-part thriller from the writer of Three Girls, coming to BBC One and featuring BAA’s Lisa Livingstone and Rosalind Sydney. Set in Glasgow, the series follows a…Read More
The fantastic Amy Kennedy plays Cecily in Perth Theatre’s spring production of The Importance of Being Earnest, opening on 7th March. Directed by Lu Kemp, this version of Earnest also…Read More
Tartan Tales is a musical journey through the swirling mists of Scottish myths and legends, backed by Children’s Classic Concerts’ mini orchestra, and featuring BAA’s James Mackenzie as a guest…Read More
BAA’s Angela Darcy directs When The Penny Drops, a new play at Oran Mor which also features Michele Gallagher and Simon Donaldson. Penny is a 46-year-old teacher who has it sussed.…Read More
Irene Allan features in Camino – a new play at Oran Mor, written by novelist, scriptwriter and veteran TV comedy producer, Sean Hardie (Not The Nine O’Clock News, Spitting Image,…Read More
This spring, Red Bridge Arts presents a wild and beautiful retelling of The Secret Garden, adapted and co-directed by BAA’s Rosalind Sydney and featuring Itxaso Moreno as Mary. When Mary…Read More