Macrobert Arts Centre

24 - 25 May 2024
James V: Katherine
Scaled-back instalment of the James Plays series offers a story of heresy, heartache, and hope
Reviewed at Festival Theatre Studio

15 - 17 February 2024
Jekyll & Hyde
McNair's adaptation of Stevenson novella fails to unleash the potential within
Reviewed at Royal Lyceum Theatre

14 October 2023
Woman Walking
Despite its source material, Woman Walking struggles to find the magic of Shepherd's mountains
Reviewed at Eden Court

21 - 23 September 2023
Dracula: Mina’s Reckoning
A fascinating feminist retelling of Stoker's classic with a very Scottish twist
Reviewed at Dundee Rep

9 - 12 November 2022
James IV: Queen of the Fight
Fourth instalment in the James Plays is a visual, lyrical marvel
Reviewed at Festival Theatre

8 October 2022
Crocodile Rock
Joyful musical chronicles a teenage boy's discovery of drag
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

21 September 2022
A tour de force one-woman show commemorating one of Scotland's forgotten football legends
Reviewed at Eden Court

26 - 29 February 2020
Oor Wullie
A charming romp to bring the family to for some real Scottish banter!
Reviewed at Eden Court

17 October 2019
The Stornoway Way
Dogstar Theatre Company brings Gaelic storytelling to the stage
Reviewed at Festival Theatre Studio

2 October 2019
Inventive children's play stays on tract
Reviewed at Eden Court

24 May 2019
The Guitar Man
Surrogate Productions' UK premiere of Jon Fosse's play is an admirable translation that suffers in its execution.
Reviewed at Assembly Roxy

17 - 18 May 2019
What Girls Are Made Of
Touching and raucous gig theatre at its finest
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

30 November 2018
Super November
Satisfying indie Glasgow comedy with an unexpected dystopian slant
Reviewed at

4 October 2018
Ellie Dubois: No Show
A lack of structure and plot let down this powerful set of female circus performers.
Reviewed at Eden Court

26 - 29 September 2018
The Yellow On The Broom
A boisterous joyful production revisiting Scotland's history
Reviewed at Dundee Rep

19 September 2018
A well-structured and sensitive look at history and identity.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

8 September 2018
McLuckie's Line
Tale of a racing man turned actor displays heart and soul
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

22 May 2018
New play exploring grief and loss manages to uplift
Reviewed at Paisley Arts Centre

26 April 2018
The Monster & Mary Shelley
Fascinating and hilarious contemporary look back at Mary Shelley's creation of Frankenstein.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

12 - 13 April 2018
The Shadow of Heaven
Visually appealing physical theatre dramatisation of Paradise Lost.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

22 - 23 March 2018
Ortonesque tragi-comic shut-in by Grid Iron and Stellar Quines is hilarious and thought-provoking.
Reviewed at Assembly Hall

21 February 2018
The Return
Ellie Stewart's story of faked identity tours to Speyside to warm welcome.
Reviewed at Boat of Garten Community Hall

10 February 2018
Ae Fond Kiss
Wink-wink content sits uneasily in this song-filled Burns tribute.
Reviewed at Eden Court

23 September 2017
Blanche and Butch
Biting drag comedy that shines a discoball on disability in theatre.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

21 - 22 April 2017
Out Of This World
Mesmerising and emotional journey created through an impressive combination of acting, aerials, and projections.
Reviewed here

18 February 2017
Black Beauty
Intertextual mischief with a classic puts the rest out to pasture
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

14 February 2017
Made in India
Three women's lives become interwoven at a surrogacy clinic, but is the transaction equal for all?
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

January - 26 February 2017
A visually stunning performance, let down by an underdeveloped concept.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

2016 - 25 October 2017
The Modern Prometheus lives once more in Blackeyed Theatre's touring adaptation
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

2016 - 7 October 2017
Invisible Army
Terra Incognita give a sensitive and imaginative exposition of the life of young carers.
Reviewed at Eden Court

4 October 2016
A Bench on the Road
Charioteer Theatre win our interest in the story of Italian immigration but don't deliver on it
Reviewed at Assembly Roxy

2 - 3 September 2016
There is much to love about Rapture Theatre's take on Cold War German politics
Reviewed at Eden Court