Spring 2019 Programme

Various, 01 Jan - 17 May

We are thrilled to announce our latest programme for Spring 2019 featuring a brand new play from Tamasha, Kiln Theatre and Live Theatre, Newcastle; Fringe favourites Abandoman and Russell Kane; an immersive piece of cabaret-theatre for LGBT History Month, and MUCH more!
 

For those quick off the mark, we are offering early-bird discounts across many of the shows in our new programme. Click on show details for more info.*

*Excludes work-in-progress performances. Subject to availability and our usual t&c's.
 

View our full programme below:

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Achilles

sing goddess sing the rage of achilles that sent to darkness so many souls and glazed their eyes in death that made their bodies carrion for the birds and dogs to tear...

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03 Apr

Edinburgh Ceilidh Club with Teannaich

Teannaich are one of the most respected ceilidh bands in Scotland having played together for over twenty years. They are a 5 piece band who provide a unique twist on traditional ceili...

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Feral

Feral is an innovative piece of visual theatre that combines puppetry, film and live sound to create and destroy a world in front of its audience’s eyes. Joe looks back at the t...

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Feral

19:30

23 Mar

In-Process: Chasm

Glasgow, January 2015.Lionelle has decided to completely reinvent herself.Laurie wakes up in hospital again – she’s hit yet another new low and can’t seem to stop repeating th...

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In-Process: Chasm

19:30

07 Apr

Kendal Mountain Festival

Join us for a one-of-a-kind evening celebrating exploration of some of the wildest places on earth. The event will centre around a collection of short adventure films - stories of talent, endurance and excit...

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Kendal Mountain Festival

19:30

19 May

Kith

World PremiereHow do you find your way home when you don’t know where that is?A modern-day folktale of war, migration and homecoming, Kith tells the story of Dani, Glasgow-born...

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03 Apr

Leyla Josephine: Daddy Drag

World PremiereThe force that is Leyla Josephine premieres her new show Daddy Drag. This is a show about dads. Good dads, daft dads, dads who wear slogan t-sh...

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Leyla Josephine: Daddy Drag

19:30

27 Mar

Nadine Aisha Jassat: Let Me Tell You This

Nadine Aisha Jassat’s debut collection Let Me Tell You This is a vital exploration of racism, gender and the sustaining, restorative bonds between women, told with her searing p...

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Paul Mayhew-Archer: Incurable Optimist

The debut stand-up hour from the multi award-winning co-writer of The Vicar of Dibley. Paul’s co-written or worked on many much-loved comedy shows – I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue...

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The Guitar Man

UK Premiere‘Everything has its time, a man and a piece of music...’   by Jon Fosse translated by Louis Muinzer directed by Nora Wardell...

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The Guitar Man

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14 May

The Myth of the Singular Moment

With every choice we create a new universe I made it, I don't make it I make it, I don't Two musician-perform...

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The Wake-Up Call

The Wake-Up Call is a serious, urgent, and sharply funny theatre piece centred round the process of sleep. It embraces the restorative properties of a good night’s sleep, whilst acknowledging the ...

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25 Apr

What I Know (about what my Grandfather didn't know)

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