Wall of Death: A Way of Life
Theatre as you have never seen it before. A carefully choreographed ballet for kick-start and carburettor performed to the roar of antique 1928 Indian Scout motorcycle engines. Presented alongisde the premiere of a major new installation by Stephen Skrynka.
Rocketing from a condemned bar in post-Katrina New Orleans to the deep south of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind, Architecting tells the story of Americans trying to survive as the world changes under their feet.
Transform Glasgow - Smiler
Gaelic singing, urban poetry and fearless physical theatre collide in this freshly-minted theatre event co-created by the National Theatre of Scotland, Glasgow East school students, college students and local community participants.
The House of Bernarda Alba
Boiling tension and impending tragedy in the east End of Glasgow. Following the gangland execution of her husband, formidable matriarch Bernarda Alba will do anything to safeguard her fortune and the future of her five daughters.
Now in its fourth year, the National Theatre of Scotland's Exchange programme provides youth theatre groups with the opportunity for enthusiastic young theatre-makers to create and perform new and exciting pieces of theatre.