The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk

Emma Rice’s final production for Kneehigh is a tender portrayal of the vibrant relationship between famed expressionist painter Marc Chagall and his wife Bella. Played by Marc Antolin and Audrey Brisson, the co...

The Whip Hand

There's an intriguing cyclical path that Douglas Maxwell’s play The Whip Hand takes: it starts off local, in a family sitting room, in a house with a ‘nice’ garden, as Dougie gathers his mish-mash, fractured-th...

Wild Bore

How does one criticise a production that criticises the critics by pre-empting every criticism they could - and have - made before they can make it? Wild Bore opens to three bare backsides perched atop a tre...

Nina – A Story About Me and Nina Simone

Nina Simone is not a spirit to evoke lightly while the source of her anger and dismay endures.  Josette Bushell-Mingo understands and is rightfully consumed by this, offering a storming rendition of Mississippi...

Eve

‘Don’t think I’m going to tell you a story of suffering, a story of unhappiness and being a victim,’ begins this impressive new play from the National Theatre of Scotland. Of course, what follows is full to the...

Jess and Joe Forever

A heartwarming tale of friendship, love and belonging, Jess and Joe tell us how they met, agreed, disagreed and ultimately discovered themselves while loving each other. Joe was born and raised on a farm in Nor...

Nassim

One dark stage. One actor. One box with their name on it. No idea of what’s going to happen next. So begins Nassim, a new play by Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour. An actor, different for each performance ...

Adam

Since its inception in 2006, the National Theatre for Scotland has produced some extraordinary plays, winning worldwide acclaim for the likes of Black Watch by Gregory Burke and Rona Munro’s James trilogy. Now,...

Meet Me At Dawn

Meet Me At Dawn is a raw look at grief, written by Zinnie Harris Robyn (Neve McIntosh) and Helen (Sharon Duncan-Brewster) are stranded on what appears to be an island after their boat capsizes - they’re lucky t...

Lilith: The Jungle Girl

The intriguing and hilarious Lilith: The Jungle Girl places the audience in the middle of 1861 Holland, a centre of scientific progress, where we meet brain surgeon Charles Penworth (Candy Bowers). Aided by his...