Results from National Theatre of Scotland Shows
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New site-specific work from Nic Green, part of the Auteurs Project, exploring our relationship with waste and what we throw away. So we wade in.
Side Effects is a whirlwind ride through the dark places where people hide, flushing bad dreams, hard truths and dirty linen into the light.
Six Characters in Search of an Author
Six characters abandoned by their author desperately need a writer to complete their story. Trapped inside a traumatic event from which they long to escape, only acting out the scenes that were written for them will release them. One way or another, their tragic story must be told.
As larger world events implode in living rooms all over the country, Snuff provides an unflinching commentary on the war on terror and an age of sensationalist media.
James’s father is dying – his last connection to his childhood, his upbringing and the language of his birth, Gaelic. With this link gone, James fears he will simply cease to exist. A new play by Gaelic playwright Iain Finlay Macleod exploring questions of identity and belonging.
Something Wicked This Way Comes
A spine-tingling battle between good and evil, packed with a irresistably sinister collection of characters. Ray Bradbury's terrifying novel is now a deliciously scary adventure created by the magical Catherine Wheels theatre company.
Staging the Nation
Staging The Nation is many things – lectures, debates, curated events, book clubs – and is open to everyone who shares a passion for theatre-making in Scotland.
Tall Tales for Small People
Based on the work of the late Duncan Williamson, the master story-teller and Scottish traveller, Tall Tales for Small People is a collection of wonderful stories for all ages which has been woven into a tapestry of laughter and adventure.
The Bacchae (2007)
Savage, comic, intensely lyrical and one of the greatest of all Greek tragedies, The Bacchae powerfully dramatises the conflict between the emotional and rational sides of the human psyche. World premiere of a new adaptation by David Greig.
The Bacchae (2008)
The Bacchae is back. Alan Cumming gives an award-winning, tour-de-force central performance as Dionysus, the charismatic and dangerous god and his chorus of Bacchae are a high-octane line-up of scarlet-clad, soulful female singers.
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...