3 - 17 August 2019
The Grandmothers Grimm
Anachronistic language detracts from this re-examination of the Brothers Grimm tales
Reviewed here

2 - 17 August 2019
Checkpoint
Masterful dark satire about the harsh realities faced by migrants
Reviewed here

2 - 17 August 2019
Subject Mater
Innovative and engaging look at motherhood and mental health
Reviewed here

20 - 26 August 2018
Bare Knuckle
Jake Boston’s brutal yet bouncy solo performance pays respect to his hero.
Reviewed here

20 - 26 August 2018
Gerda Stevenson - Quines
Poetry of remarkable Scots women delights at Edinburgh International Book Festival
Reviewed at Edinburgh International Book Festival

5 - 11 August 2018
Paper Dolls
Solo play is slightly far-fetched but endearing nonetheless.
Reviewed here

3 - 26 August 2018
Holy Sh*t
A black comedy descends into slapstick in this ecclesiastical tale.
Reviewed here

21 - 27 August 2017
Alex in Shadow
An overly-familiar story told through excellent puppetry.
Reviewed here

5 - 12 August 2017
Ballot Box
Promising two-hander about friendship-splitting modern politics.
Reviewed here

4 - 12 August 2017
Was it good for you?
Our filth correspondents spy on Bareback Productions' one night stand
Reviewed here

5 - 28 August 2016
The Money Fish
Compelling autobiographical piece by ex-commercial fisherman John Cox
Reviewed here

6 - 13 August 2016
Macbeth
Though slightly confused at times, this is a brave new work full of vaulting ambition.
Reviewed here