Fragment from The Bacchae, written by Ewan Downie A retelling of the original by Euripides
We’re excited to announce a new pilot programme called LABS, a series of professional development
We are seeking new Board members, including a Chair of the Board
I’m so happy to announce that we’ve received funding from Creative Scotland’s Touring Fund
Hey everybody, It’s been too long. Though how long is up for grabs. Time is
We wanted to take a moment to remember Simon Fildes, our friend, collaborator and film-maker,
It’s been a while since we posted an update. This is partly because we’ve been
… and my first post on the website! It’s lovely to e-meet you all, my
A break from the show. I’ve been teaching: three days of research with MA students
It’s a strange experience returning to this show. I wrote and created it, so I
New performances announced for November 2018
For the last six months, we’ve been working alongside Cumbernauld Theatre to curate Scotland’s first
Achilles is coming to the Edinburgh Fringe, folks! If you didn’t get a chance to
Sold out run of shows at the Citizens Theatre and the manipulate visual theatre festival!
Last week marked, if not the beginning of the end, then at least the end
Over the last year, I’ve been in and out of the studio starting to develop work for a solo performance. It’s been a back and forth process
A couple of days at home now to rest after a flying visit to Inverness.
I’m just getting some time to reflect at the end of an extraordinary ten days
World renowned voice teacher Kristin Linklater came to see A Brief History of Evil on Hoy, and wrote a review of the piece for The Orcadian. Here it is in full.
After six weeks of criss-crossing Scotland with A Brief History of Evil from Galashiels to Coll, from Wigtown to Hoy, here’s some snapshots from the road.