Octogenarian Scottish sisters fight fire and flood from the Clydeside Blitz in 1941 to Hurricane Sandy in 2012. Featuring an international cast aged 30-75. Available for Touring.
In 1812 Mary Shelley is searching for her imagination. In 2016 Roxanne is looking for a way out of school. Two teenage girls trying to find their voice in the world.
Cameron and Eilidh live countries apart. A solo-performer story told between rural Scotland and New York. Scaleable in size for performances of 5-500. Stage Award for Best Performer nominated. Available for touring.
Fugitives from Neverland, Tinkerbell and Lost Boy Slightly get themselves locked in a rural prison in Tennessee hoping they have escaped the despot Peter Pan. Currently showing to film festivals.
Witchcraft, fairytales and a modern-day love story drawn together in an audio play that tells a tale of loyalty, sacrifice and love spanning 400 years. Featuring graffiti and installation artworks. Available for touring.
A National Theatre of Scotland commission. An intimate rollercoaster ride through Glasgow stretching from Queen Street to the Clyde in the company of one of the city's many exiled souls – Lucifer.
Short story podcasts written and performed in international collaborations. Subscription available through the iTunes music store or direct download via Poorboy blog.
In a small coastal village in Scotland, 6 year old MILLIE lives with face blindness. She cannot recognize even the faces of her closest family. A story of her unlikely friendship with a rural migrant farm worker as they both live in a community that doesn't know what to do with either of them. A collaboration with filmmaker Ryan Booth.