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The End of Things

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The clock is ticking. Company of Wolves reminds us that the end will come.

31 Jan - 31 Jan 2017

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Pink Mist

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Owen Sheers’ modern war tale is like a slow motion dream

23 Feb - 25 Feb 2017

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Made in India

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Three women’s lives become interwoven at a surrogacy clinic, but is the transaction equal for all?

16 Feb - 18 Feb 2017

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Fisk

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A visually stunning performance, let down by an underdeveloped concept.

9 Feb - 11 Feb 2017

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Coulrophobia

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A hilarious, innovative and boundary-pushing piece of clownish theatre.

4 Feb - 4 Feb 2017

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A House In Asia

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The operation to kill Bin Laden told in doll’s house miniature at Manipulate.

3 Feb - 3 Feb 2017

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Touch Me

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Sabine Molenaar questions the boundaries of intimacy, desire and touch.

2 Feb - 2 Feb 2017

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Cities

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Imaginative lo-fi visual theatre charms Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree

1 Feb - 1 Feb 2017

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La Causeuse

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Olivia Faye Lathuilliere’s physical theatre shows the unravelling of a relationship destined to fail.

31 Jan - 31 Jan 2017

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Whispers

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This 55-minute trance leaves you with your own thoughts and incoherencies about life.

30 Jan - 30 Jan 2017

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Fisk

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A visually stunning performance, let down by an underdeveloped concept.

28 Jan - 28 Jan 2017

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Heads Up

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Keiran Hurley’s dystopian one man show challenges us to properly look at the people we are

23 Feb - 25 Feb 2017

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Black Beauty

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Intertextual mischief with a classic puts the rest out to pasture

2 Dec - 24 Dec 2016

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Last Christmas

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Sparse, and not very Christmassy, but this one-man Fringe piece is not without its charms.

13 Dec - 23 Dec 2016

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The Island

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Platform Young Company Ensemble tap into contemporary fears with post-apocalyptic drama.

19 Nov - 20 Nov 2016

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Sheep

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Tron Young Company takes a cynical look at efforts to end all war and how people are drawn into conflict.

18 Nov - 19 Nov 2016

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One Thinks Of It All As A Dream

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Syd Barrett’s story affectionately told by Alan Bissett as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival

25 Oct - 29 Oct 2016

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Him

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Frank, fearless and funny monologue on an actor’s life

20 Oct - 22 Oct 2016

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Blow Off

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A Punk Rock theatre show from Julia Taudevin, Kim Moore and Tuff Love.

12 Oct - 13 Oct 2016

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Blow Off

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A Punk Rock theatre show from Julia Taudevin, Kim Moore and Tuff Love.

22 Aug - 22 Aug 2016

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The Red Shed

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Mark Thomas pays tribute to his friends at Wakefield Labour Club in their 50th year

7 Aug - 28 Aug 2016

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My Eyes Went Dark

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Tense airline disaster two-hander with geo-political undercurrents

4 Aug - 28 Aug 2016

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In Fidelity

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A sweet exploration of the coupling instinct through a dating show format

4 Aug - 28 Aug 2016

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Grain in the Blood

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A suspenseful and moving psychological drama about sacrifice jointly produced by the Tron and Traverse Theatres

1 Nov - 12 Nov 2016

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Walking on Walls

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An unusual premise that offers plenty of laughs while making some serious points

18 Oct - 22 Oct 2016

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Mischief

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Elspeth Turner excels in this take on fierce motherly love and survival

11 Oct - 15 Oct 2016

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Breaking the Ice

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A farcical satire of bureaucrats and diplomats against the backdrop of a political struggle over the Arctic.

4 Oct - 8 Oct 2016

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White

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A charming introduction to theatre for the little ones or adults alike.

17 Dec - 24 Dec 2014

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Milk

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A tense dramatic play from writer Ross Dunsmore.

8 May - 1 Jan 1970