These plays are a selection from our ‘new writing’ that can transfer with minimal adaptation to any site: They can be focussed to suit your venue and environment. Or give an idea of a play commissions we have undertaken and what you could do with us.
‘The Grass Beneath Our Feet’: An inspired an much loved story of Wilsontown, a lost but not forgotten township. Meet the faces of the past and discover how it really was living and working in scotland’s industrial heartland!
Bhold Bhoys away! A legendary story, about the creation of a legendary club: Performed for schools at Celtic Park:
The Forgotten Lady of Argyll: A new work based on material from the Glen Massan Manuscripts. A tale of Deidre of the Sorrows who came to Cowal with her lover and lived on its shores for seven years. Deidre’s 4th-century life parallels life in 21st-century Cowal, a journey of trade, communication, religion, isolation, inclusion, exclusion, romance and betrayal. Duration: 1 hr 40 – 2 hrs depending upon walk circuit
The Whisky Way: A tale of highland life and the struggle of a Nation under the Act of Union. Become one of the smugglers and beat the excisemen on this gripping walk.
Dead Men Dont Speak.
The Campbells Are Coming Hurruh!: A highland tale of family conflict and Clan feuding: Discover the love story at the heart of the Campbell, MacDonald story:
Coming Home Again: Step into Eighteenth Century highland Scotland where sons go to fight, women go to the fields and work and life changes forever. Agricultural improvement brings about clearance and instability, people leave for the new world and their descendants come home to Scotland even today.
‘A life lived Many’: Neilston, once a clamouring, bustling mill town, home to massive Mills and bleaching fields, saw a decline as over the decades, the mall passed its heyday and declined. Our play, brought the communities industrial heritage and community to life, joining generations and celebrating the towns future, through its surprising past!