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Bread & Breakfast

By Kirsty Halliday

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

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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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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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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Hotdog

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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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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Tamám Shud

By Thomas Jancis

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

Written in the style of Alan Bennett, Tamám Shud is a darkly comedic drama inspired by the real-life unresolved murder of the ‘Somerton Man’.

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Ness

By Hannah McGregor

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

A young queer Scot meets the misunderstood Nessie in this new comedy.

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Who Pays The Piper

By Jen McGregor

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

A tragicomedy exploring what it’s like to fall in love with music and who gets to make their ambitions into reality.

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Bridezilla and the Orchard of Sin

By Mairead A.Martin

Mon, 22 April, 2024 — Sat, 27 April, 2024

A fun fantastical comedy about the pursuit of a ‘perfect’ wedding and the tantalising obstacles in the way.

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Lewis Capaldi Goes Tropical

By Raymond Wilson

Mon, 29 April, 2024 — Sat, 04 May, 2024

A surreal chaotic comedy following a misfit family from Glasgow’s fringes as they prepare a party to say farewell to a beloved black-market animal.

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Looking for the One

By Sylvia Dow

Tue, 07 May, 2024 — Sun, 12 May, 2024

A new mini-musical comedy that shines a light on the pleasures and perils of dating as a mature grown-up.

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Roost

By Laurie Motherwell

Tue, 14 May, 2024 — Sun, 19 May, 2024

A heartful play about pigeons, home, and the power hobbies have in creating connections but also division.

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Dungeons, Dragons, and the Quest for D***

By Laila Noble

Tue, 21 May, 2024 — Sun, 26 May, 2024

A new queer comedy about finding love in a hopeless place…. with dragons.

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The Way, The Truth, and The Life

By Mike O'Donnell

Tue, 28 May, 2024 — Sun, 02 June, 2024

 A gentle comedy set in the West of Scotland, The Way, The Truth and The Life is an uplifting story about the complex and powerful ties of place, family and legacy.

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The Funeral Club

By Éimi Quinn

Mon, 03 June, 2024 — Sat, 08 June, 2024

The hilarious and heartfelt journey of a group of friends from a teenage cancer ward who attempt to pull off a diamond heist.  

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Medea on the Mic

By Nazli Tabatabai-Khatambakhsh

Mon, 10 June, 2024 — Sat, 15 June, 2024

A feminist, queer retelling of the epic Greek tragedy that turns the tables on being gaslit without losing your sense of humour.

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Party of the Century

By Ross MacKay

Mon, 17 June, 2024 — Sat, 22 June, 2024

A man is visited by three ghosts of Conservative past in this hilarious political spin on a Dicken’s classic.

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