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April 2018

Reach For Autism presents

In Our World: A Day On The Spectrum

How much do you know about autism? In recognition of the thousands of people living with autism in Scotland this sketch and Q&A explores themes of education, bullying, criminal justice, sensory issues, employment and acceptance.

This is a funny and moving piece created and performed by the youth of REACH for Autism using their own experiences. It may not be the most polished performance you’ll see, but it’s real and comes from the heart of six young people who want to make a difference for others living with autism.

If you are willing to learn more about autism then come along to find out what a day on the spectrum is really like, In Our World.

Please note that the performance is in support of Autism Awareness month and some parts may not be suitable for some autistic individuals.

Date: 27 Apr 2018
Prices: £4.00 to £8.00

May 2018

Category: Theatre

National Theatre of Scotland presents


If you are born in a country where being yourself can get you killed, exile is your only choice. Adam is the remarkable, true story of a young trans man having to make that choice and begin his journey. From Egypt to Scotland, it charts Adam's fight across borders and genders to find a place to call home.

Adam returns to the stage following a phenomenally successful run at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and subsequent tour. In a world first, Adam features an international digital choir of trans individuals from across the globe which has been uniquely integrated into this remarkable multimedia production.

‘a powerful story of transcendence’ ***** The Herald

‘an unforgettable thunderbolt of feeling’ ***** The Telegraph

‘Completely uplifiting’ The Observer

Winner of a Scotsman Fringe First Award, a Herald Angel Award and a Scottish Arts Club Theatre Award - Best Scottish Production at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Date: 4 May - 5 May 2018
Prices: £12.00 to £15.00

Category: Theatre

Michael John McCarthy and Red Bridge Arts present


By Michael John McCarthy and Martin O’Connor

‘The show will make you smile, laugh, feel moved but most of all put a tap in your foot and a song in your heart.’ ***** Edinburgh Reporter

Turntable started when Michael John McCarthy and his Great Aunt Kathleen – 55 years his senior – connected over a stack of vinyl. Since then the Turntable team have toured her record case around Scotland, inviting listeners of all ages to investigate its contents whilst reflecting on the importance of music in their lives.

Join Michael John at a Turntable performance exploring memory, identity, family and most importantly of all, the joy of music.

Date: 12 May 2018
Prices: £10.00 to £12.00

Category: Theatre

In Motion Theatre Company in association with Paisley Arts Centre present

Shattered by Lisa Nicol | Directed by Jordan Blackwood

Shattered - Trailer from inmotiontc on Vimeo.

Lights on
Streetlights off

Door opens number 5

Door closes number 9
He’s early
She’s late

They glance at me
They always do
They see me
But never wave

After months of watching from her window and seeing her husband move in and out of her world, a woman’s encounter with a stranger begins her reconnection to life.

A new play exploring the humanity, humour and isolation of everyday life.

Funded through the Big Lottery Fund

Date: 26 May 2018
Prices: £10.00 to £12.00

June 2018

Cutting Edge Theatre presents

Downs With Love

“They told me that I should have told them I have Downs.
Why? What difference does that make?”

“Downs With Love” explores the subject of love and disability and challenges us to consider what we view to be “acceptable”. Can we accept seeing a couple - one of whom has Down’s and the other does not? Do we understand the complexities and issues surrounding love and disability? The play has been written around the performers and especially with Abi Brydon, the central actor. Cutting Edge Theatre have worked with Abi, taking her own feelings, challenges and experiences growing up with Down’s and creating a very real, moving performance around her.

Date: 5 Jun 2018
Prices: £10.00 to £12.00

Isosceles Theatre presents

Just What The Doctor Ordered

In Edinburgh Between 1827 and 1828, sixteen people are murdered by Burke and Hare. The bodies are sold to Dr. Robert Knox, scientist, doctor and anatomist supreme, all for the sake of advancing medical knowledge. Murder will out and a price must be paid. Dr. Knox will have to pay that price.

"A superb show, highly recommended." - Dumfries and Galloway Life.

Date: 6 Jun 2018
Prices: £10.00 to £12.00

July 2018

Raw Material in association with Beacon Arts Centre presents

After The Cuts

It’s the future; just like now, but a bit more... well, shitey. Jim and Agnes worked hard their whole lives. Now Agnes needs a life-saving operation. The NHS as we know it is a thing of the past and they must take matters into their own hands.

Date: 31 Jul 2018
Prices: £10.00 to £12.00