Written by Dave Anderson, Tír na nÓg comes to Oran Mor this May and features BAA’s Annie Grace.
Tír na nÓg is “The Land Of The Young” in Celtic Mythology, where, if you’re heroic, or lucky enough, you go never to grow old. If you want to read the stories, there’s hunners…
In the modern world, where everyone seems to be searching for Eternal Youth, our Poet goes looking for…she doesn’t know what. Expect Tall Tales from the High Seas, Improbable Adventures, and songs.
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La Performance is a new piece of entirely visual theatre inspired by the poetic realism of classic French cinema, and features the brilliant Ramesh Meyyappan. Devised and directed by Andy…Read More
The Lost King opens in cinemas on 7th October and features some hilarious performances by Simon Donaldson, Alison Peebles and Bruce Fummey. In 2012, having been lost for over…Read More
Rocket Post kicks off its Scottish tour on 29 September, and features the brilliant David Rankine. Rocket Post is a joyful mix of songs, storytelling and exciting visuals for everyone…Read More
Award-winning feminist theatre company Jordan & Skinner presents a radical retelling of HG Wells’ The Time Machine, featuring BAA’s Itxaso Moreno. In a secret bunker, a group of feminists are taking matters…Read More
Karen Pirie is a brand new drama coming to ITV this September, and features BAA’s Barrie Hunter and Antony Strachan. Based on acclaimed author Val McDermid’s The Distant Echo, Karen…Read More
Pauline Goldsmith features in Bold Girls, running at Cumbernauld Theatre from 24 Sept. Rona Munro’s play was first performed by 7:84 Scottish People’s Theatre at Cumbernauld Theatre in 1990 and…Read More