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Check out previous shows from this season below. If you would like any further information about past shows then contact us.

Christina Gordon and Helen Logan on stage.

Who Pays The Piper

By Jen McGregor

Mon, 15 April, 2024 — Sat, 20 April, 2024

A tragicomedy about a young talented singer who teaches opera to a wealthy older lady with delusional ambitions.

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Afton Moran and Craig Hunter on stage for 'Ness'


By Hannah McGregor

Mon, 08 April, 2024 — Sat, 13 April, 2024

A young queer Scot meets the misunderstood Loch Ness Monster in this new comedy.

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Stephen Docherty in 'Tamam Shud'

Tamám Shud

By Thomas Jancis

Mon, 01 April, 2024 — Sat, 06 April, 2024

A darkly comedic spy thriller inspired by the real-life unresolved murder of the ‘Somerton Man’.

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A group of boys in football uniforms on stage.

The Scaff

By Stephen Christopher and Graeme Smith

Mon, 25 March, 2024 — Sat, 30 March, 2024

An epic and nostalgic comedy about a group of misfits who plot the worst football tackle of all time.

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By Ellen Ritchie

Mon, 18 March, 2024 — Sat, 23 March, 2024

Alone, dressed as a sausage in a bun and armed with only a bottle of lemonade, Hotdog is determined to be the life of the party.

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Taylor Dyson and Sam James Smith on stage for Pushin' Thirty

Pushin’ Thirty

By Taylor Dyson and Calum Kelly

Mon, 11 March, 2024 — Sat, 16 March, 2024

A new comedy about two former best friends in Dundee who are reunited after a chance encounter, with original songs by Dundee-based company Elfie Picket.

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Madeline Grieve and Isabella Jarrett on stage in 'Starving'


By Imogen Stirling

Mon, 04 March, 2024 — Sat, 09 March, 2024

A fiercely funny drama about writing your own legend, inspired by the life of Scottish activist Wendy Wood.

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Maureen Carr and Erin Elkin in Bread & Breakfast

Bread & Breakfast

By Kirsty Halliday

Mon, 26 February, 2024 — Sat, 02 March, 2024

***SOLD OUT*** A B&B in the Highlands has an ordinary day turned upside down when a visitor chokes on his morning toast, in this eventful and farcical play.

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Lawrence Boothman in 'JACK'


By Liam Moffat

Mon, 19 February, 2024 — Sat, 24 February, 2024

A dark comic monologue that explores the struggles of navigating a life of love, loss and finding hope. All with the help of man’s best friend.

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An illustration of two pistols.

The Guns of Johnny Diablo

By Philip Differ

Mon, 20 November, 2023 — Sat, 25 November, 2023

A new hilarious farce about blazing bullets, oversized egos and actors behaving like arses.

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Harry Ward on stage for FLEG, sitting in an armchair holding a Union flag.


By Meghan Tyler

Mon, 13 November, 2023 — Sat, 18 November, 2023

In East Belfast, a man’s loyalty to the Union spirals into an all-consuming obsession with the ‘fleg’ outside his house in this new dark comedy. 

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Gowan Calder, Jojo Sutherland and Manjot Sumal on stage.

Castle Fallon

By Peter Stewart

Mon, 06 November, 2023 — Sat, 11 November, 2023

A comedy about two Highland women who must bicker, blackmail and backstab to keep their jobs at a historic heritage site when a new boss takes charge. 

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By Kenny Boyle

Mon, 30 October, 2023 — Sat, 04 November, 2023

A new spooky interactive play about a cursed video game…played live!

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An Act of Union

An Act of Union

By Andy McGregor

Mon, 23 October, 2023 — Sat, 28 October, 2023

A new sung-through musical by Andy McGregor about a young man trying to find hope and purpose in a fractured Scotland.

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Evening Times
Creative Scotland
Craig & Rose