Results from National Theatre of Scotland Shows
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Black Watch (2010-11 tour)
The National Theatre of Scotland’s multi-award winning Black Watch returned in 2010-11 for a tour of the UK and USA.
Black Watch (2012-2013)
Black Watch returns in 2012 for a major international tour to venues across the USA and beyond.
Black Watch (Scottish tour, 2007)
Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival in summer 2006, unanimous critical acclaim and a stunning audience response, the award-winning Black Watch is on tour throughout Scotland.
Black Watch (US tour, 2007)
The triumph of the 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Black Watch is a taut and uncompromising piece of theatre about the service of Scotland's most famous military regiment in the Iraq War.
Bothy Box Project
The Bothy Box is a project in development with the National Theatre of Scotland which that explores the importance and meaning of bothies to the people who use them and the people who live close to them.
Based on Scotland's failed foray into colonialism - the notorious Darien disaster - Caledonia is a story of greed, euphoria and mass delusion written by political satirist Alistair Beaton (The Trial of Tony Blair and A Very Social Secretary).
Calum's Road (2011 tour)
Calum's Road has become the stuff of modern folklore. It is the remarkable true story of one man's single-minded determination to challenge the powers-that-be and is brought to stages across Scotland for the first time.
Calum's Road (2013 tour)
Based on Roger Hutchinson’’s book of the same name, Calum's Road is the remarkable true story of one man's single-minded determination to challenge the powers-that-be.
A seemingly normal detention in a seemingly normal modern day comprehensive. A teacher valiantly battles on with biology revision. But as she has taught her pupils in her biology lessons, only the fittest will survive . . . just like the cockroach.
Count Me In
In his latest one man show, Gary McNair investigates how we all live in a political system that none of us signed up to, we were just born into it. Do we just have to like it or lump it? Or can we do something about it?
Results from Production Pages
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Peter trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and graduated in English from Edinburg...
Duncan is currently training at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, and will gr...
Paul trained at the Drama Centre London. Theatre work includes: The Long, the Short and...
Theatre work includes: Petrol Jesus Nightmare #5 (Traverse Theatre), One Day All This Will...
Theatre work includes: The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Tron Theatre, Drum Theatre & E...
Theatre work includes: Francis & Power - Deep Dark Cuts, Jeffrey Dahmer Is Unwell (Pau...
Theatre work includes: Of All The People In All The World (Stan’s Cafe Theatre Compa...
Theatre work includes: The Menu (National Theatre), Richard II (Old Vic), The Wonderful Wo...
Claire trained at LAMDA. Her theatre work includes: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Stafford Ca...
Born in the U.S, Matthew trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. His the...