POPULAR music-based theatre written and directed by Stuart Thomas taking nostalgic looks back at recent history.
ESTABLISHED in 2008 by playwright Ella Hickson to stage her plays such as Eight, Previous Little Talent and Hot Mess.
4 Alderston Place, Haddington
SMALL company led by Charles Nowosielski with a liking for Scots language drama. Regular summer performances.
98 Saltmarket, Glasgow G1 5LD
0141 553 1346 firstname.lastname@example.org
STRIPPED-back classics, primarily Shakespeare - also Ibsen, Molière and Liz Lochhead's stunning version of Medea. Company no longer funded by the SAC but continuing to operate on a project by proect basis. Artistic director: Graham McLaren.
Reviews: Theatre Babel reviews.
47 Carseview, Stirling FK7 8HL
01360 440480 email@example.com
PROFESSIONAL Stirling company led by artistic director Carol Metcalf and commited to producing plays from a broad range of styles, writers and cultures.
COMPANY run by playwright Rob Evans and director Lu Kemp. Productions include Beautiful Cosmos, Toasting the Orphans, Ghost Shirt, Hunting of the Snark.
CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD
0141 354 0544 firstname.lastname@example.org
LUSH music-theatre led by director Cathie Boyd. Increasing emphasis on music and increasingly trading as Cryptic Productions.
4 Damcroft, Peebles Edinburgh, EH45 8EF
07899 087 883 email@example.com
UNFUNDED company specialising in productions of new and neglected plays. Artistic director: Sean Kane.
THEATRE and community arts company dedicated to performing in found sapces. Artistic director Carrie Westwater.
BUSY young company doing classics and original work. Artistic director: Deborah Carmichael.
Studio Alba, 54a Seaforth Road, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis HS1 2SD
01851 701193 firstname.lastname@example.org
PROFESSIONAL company reflecting the life of the Western Isles.
4 Clayton Terrace, Glasgow G31 2JA
0141 550 1588 email@example.com
CROSS-cultural company led by actor and performer Faroque Khan.
LAUNCHED in 2009 with a production of Neil LaBute's Autobahn. Artistic directors Kenny Miller and Mary McCluskey.
Unit 237 The Briggait, 141 Bridgegate, Glasgow G1 5HZ
0141 559 4945 firstname.lastname@example.org
COMPANY led by director Martin Danziger, doing a variety of work including community and children's theatre, circus and street arts. Participatory projects range from one-off circus-skills workshops to large-scale community shows.
COLLABORATIVE theatre company, staging new plays, devised drama and adaptations.
Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 30Ð38 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh EH6 8RG
0131 226 5425 email@example.com
PRODUCING theatre with a company of actors with mixed physical abilities and a politically radical agenda. MySpace site. Reinvented as a touring company after SAC funding cuts. Hamilton Place building no longer in use as a theatre: see Sunday Herald (November 2009). Artistic director: Robert Rae.
Reviews: Theatre Workshop reviews.
DEDICATED to the voices of torture victims worldwide. Artistic director Jennifer Hartley.
Struan House, Kilchrenan, Argyll
01866 833455 firstname.lastname@example.org
PROMENADE open-air theatre on historical themes by Taynuilt community group drawing on the landscape of Loch Awe and Loch Etive.
BLENDING theatre with dance, music, video and sound art. Artistic director: Allie Butler,
Art's Complex @ St. Margaret's House, Room G21, 151 London Road, Edinburgh EH7 6AE
YOUNG company emerging from Queen Margaret University, aiming to offer a breakinto the theatre industry with small-scale productions, rehearsed readings and workshops. Artistic director: Jennifer McGregor.
Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Teangue, Sleat, Isle of Skye IV 44 8RQ
01471 888542 email@example.com
SCOTLAND'S only professional Gaelic drama company.
18 Nethervale Avenue, Glasgow G44 3XS
0141 637 0778 firstname.lastname@example.org
TOURING company concentrating on workshops and personal development.
Cambridge Street, Edinburgh EH1 2ED
0131 228 3223 email@example.com
SCOTLAND'S home of new writing. Artistic director: Orla O’Loughlin.
Articles: Scotland on Sunday (27 April 2008); The Guardian (6 November 2008); The Guardian (21 April 2009);The List (23 September 2010); The Scotsman (27 November 2010); Reviews: Traverse Theatre reviews.
FORMED in 2013 by students at Napier and Queen Margaret universities.
63 Trongate, Glasgow G1 5HB
0141 552 4267
PRODUCING theatre and receiving house. Artistic director: Andy Arnold.
MULTIMEDIA company blending theatre, music and contemporary art. Artistic directors: Carolyn Allenand Gerard McInulty.
FORMED by Belle and Sebastian's Mick Cooke who, with writers Gordon Davidson and Alan Wilkinson, is the creative force behind Canibal Women of Mars.
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