Ignition

20/03/2013 – 30/03/2013

In association with Shetland Arts with support from Creative Scotland Over the past six months, the National Theatre of Scotland…

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Jump

22/11/2012 – 29/11/2012

“You have to overcome fear. The world is your obstacle course. You see things other people do not.” Tyson Cecka,…

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Glasgow Girls

31/10/2012 – 25/02/2017

You have reached the Archive page for our past production of Glasgow Girls. If you are looking for the current…

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Lifeguard

05/10/2012 – 27/10/2012

Presented by the National Theatre of Scotland and the Arches in association with Govanhill Baths Community Trust. Arches Artist In…

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Black Watch (2012-2013)

19/09/2012 – 16/06/2013

Since its very first performances, Black Watch has received standing ovations and enjoyed sold-out performances everywhere it has appeared, nationally…

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My Shrinking Life

08/09/2012 – 06/10/2012

Alison Peebles is a leading Scottish actor who once gave an acclaimed performance as Lady Macbeth and in many other…

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The Monster in the Hall

07/09/2012 – 17/11/2012

Supported by Bank of Scotland Pioneering Partnership A low budget indie comedy musical about a girl on the verge of…

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Yellow Moon

06/09/2012 – 16/11/2011

Supported by Bank of Scotland Pioneering Partnership A modern Bonnie and Clyde tale that follows the fortunes of two teenagers…

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Exchange 2012

02/07/2012 – 07/07/2012

In partnership with Macrobert, Stirling Now in its sixth year, Exchange Festival returns for a week-long festival of youth theatre,…

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Macbeth

13/06/2012 – 14/07/2012

This radical reimagining of Shakespeare’s Scottish play is set in a psychiatric unit, focusing on a solitary patient who is…

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The Last Polar Bears

08/05/2012 – 12/06/2012

The Last Polar Bears tells the story of an old man and his dog, Roo, on a quest to the…

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Reveal 2012

02/05/2012 – 12/05/2012

A season of new work by up and coming artists, many of whom have been supported by the National Theatre…

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