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By Clare Duffy

Mon, 07 March, 2016 — Sat, 12 March, 2016

Featuring Kirstin Murray and Martin McCormick Produced in Association with Magnetic North and the Traverse Theatre What if you were buried in your own skin? What if the doctors thought you were in a persistent vegetative state but actually you could hear every word, feel every breath on your skin and sense every change of light […]

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By Michael-Alan Read

Mon, 29 February, 2016 — Sat, 05 March, 2016

Featuring Abigail McGibbon and Steven McNicoll Produced in Association with the Sherman Cymru Mr. and Mrs. Laughton, a seemingly charming yet candid window into one of the most famous Hollywood marriages of the 1930s. As famed character actor Charles Laughton prepares for his star turn as King Lear at the RSC, his wife, Elsa Lanchester invites […]

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By George Docherty

Mon, 22 February, 2016 — Sat, 27 February, 2016

Featuring Helen Logan, Ewan Petrie and Alan Steele Produced in Association with Aberdeen Performing Arts A stormy night in a manse on the outskirts of a remote highlands village. The evening meal lacks salt and its not the only thing that does. Sarah and Martin have been married…a long time. Since before he was  “ […]

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By Peter Arnott

Mon, 15 February, 2016 — Sat, 20 February, 2016

Developed in collaboration with Perth Theatre Featuring Janette Foggo Morag: This is my face. These are my years. This is my life in my face…my laughter, my tears, my loves, my losses…my loneliness…it’s my face. Me. This is me in my face. What is wrong with this face? Why do you want to have this nose […]

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By Peter Arnott

Mon, 08 February, 2016 — Sat, 13 February, 2016

Featuring Janette Foggo  Isobel: I am a sixty year old woman…the veteran of a long, dull marriage to a perfectly pleasant dull, dull man…I am the mother of two grown up children…one of whom is doing very well and the other one bloody well isn’t…living with his useless father in a bed sit…teaching himself how to play the […]

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By David Cosgrove

Mon, 01 February, 2016 — Sat, 06 February, 2016

Featuring John Kielty, Alison Peebles and Frances Thorburn “Ethel was no good for anything except to create chaos and fear.”  – Judy Garland about her mother. April 1961, a little rehearsal room in Manhattan, and Judy Garland is a day away from playing what will become the legendary Carnegie Hall concerts.  Struggling under the crushing […]

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By Victoria Bianchi

Mon, 25 January, 2016 — Sat, 30 January, 2016

Featuring Beth Marshall and Stephanie McGregor CauseWay is based on a true story of Frances Parker and Ethel Moorhead, two suffragettes who, in 1914, cycled to the Robert Burns’ cottage armed with a mission and pipe bombs. From their first meeting to Ethel’s eventual incarceration, it explores the story of two women, and of one cause that […]

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Christmas Panto | Ali Bawbag and the Four Tealeafs

By Dave Anderson and Gary McNair

Mon, 30 November, 2015 — Wed, 23 December, 2015

For the Òran Mór Christmas Panto 2017 Cinderella 2: I Married a Numpty please click here Featuring Dave Anderson, George Drennan, Frances Thorburn and Anita Vettesse Ali is a very poor man, with a brother who is wealthy. He also has a wife who looks, let’s face it, like a man. One day, Ali is in […]

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The Course of True Love

By David Leddy

Mon, 23 November, 2015 — Sat, 28 November, 2015

Featuring Louise Ludgate and Mark Prendergast Produced in association with Aberdeen Performing Arts, and developed in association with Fire Exit An everyday tale of caution, courage and Cleo Laine. Celia and Oliver are in the world’s most expensive hotel, drunk on the world’s most expensive champagne. It’s not good. They have thirty minutes to make […]

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John Gabriel Barclay

By John Carnegie

Mon, 16 November, 2015 — Sat, 21 November, 2015

Featuring Ross Allan, Maureen Beattie, Isabella Jarrett and Peter Kelly Derived from Henrik Ibsen’s “John Gabriel Borkman” On the eve of the First World War, in a house in a bleak valley high above Edinburgh, two sisters come face to face for the first time in eight years.  In the room above them, they can […]

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Happy Hour

By Anita Vettesse

Mon, 09 November, 2015 — Sat, 14 November, 2015

Featuring Hannah Donaldson, Anne Lacey and Stephen McCole Presented in association with the Sherman Cymru and Tobacco Factory Theatres  Anne’s finally got both her children together again to scatter her husband’s ashes in the family pub – somewhere… Kay wants to hurry it along. Tom’s just jetlagged. But Anne’s having none of it. She wants […]

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After the Cuts

By Gary McNair

Mon, 02 November, 2015 — Sat, 07 November, 2015

Featuring Maureen Carr and George Docherty The year is 2045. Yes, it’s the future, but before you start thinking about robots and The Jetsons, don’t. It’s just like now, but a little more…less good. Jim and Agnes have worked hard their whole life and are looking forwarding to spending their retirement together. Plans are thwarted […]

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The Wakeful Chamber

By Rebecca Sharp

Mon, 26 October, 2015 — Sat, 31 October, 2015

Composed by Pippa Murphy Featuring Kim Allan and David Rankine  Presented in association with Aberdeen Performing Arts and sound – Scotland’s Festival of New Music A woman’s chronic somniphobia (fear of sleep) leads her to develop an elaborate system of rituals in order to survive the hours of night – measuring time, light, distances, stars – […]

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A Word with Dr Johnson

By James Runcie

Mon, 19 October, 2015 — Sat, 24 October, 2015

Featuring Simon Donaldson, Alasdair MacRae, Mark McDonnell  and Gerda Stevenson  Presented by the Traverse Theatre In 1746 Samuel Johnson began to compile his famous Dictionary. Despite his famous antipathy to Scotland ( “a very vile country to be sure”) , five out of his six assistants were Scots. How did they help him and what was […]

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