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The Libertine

The Libertine

“Ladies, an announcement: I am up for it, all the time”. You may not like the Second Earl of Rochester. But you will not be able to take your eyes off him. Continue Reading

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Slope

Slope

Stewart Laing, who directed The Maids last year on the Citizens main stage, returns with a new production of Pamela Carter’s play Slope, originally produced by Untitled Projects in 2006 and re-conceived for an intimate studio setting. Continue Reading

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Flame Proof

Flame Proof

Lyssa’s ex-fiance is getting married in the morning. It may not be her wedding but it will sure as hell be her big day. Buddy is dreading the wedding in the morning. His ex-wife will be there with her new fiancé. Lyssa wants to destroy the wedding. Buddy wants to destroy himself. They could do a Continue Reading

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Hamlet

Hamlet

Hamlet’s father is unexpectedly dead. Returning home from university, he is shocked to discover that the funeral wake has rapidly turned into a celebration of his mother’s remarriage to the dead man’s brother. Continue Reading

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Squash

Squash

Paul's been a bad boy - a bad bad pig of bike stealing boy. Ma seen him steal Bald's bike, after all Old Eagle Eyes doesnae miss a trick. What was Paul doing up here at the flats anyway? It's well past his bedtime and there's only room for one good boy in here. Bald knows that. Ma knows that. But Continue Reading

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Mrs Barbours Daughters

Mrs Barbours Daughters

In 1915, Mrs Barbour led 20,000 women in the rent strikes with bundles of washing, bread flour, saucepans and wooden spoons. 100 years later and an 87 year old woman sits alone in her dank tenement in Govan, reminiscing on a lifetime of grievances, battling her memories and reaching for an idea of a Continue Reading

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Crash

Crash

A stock trader who’s lost his magic touch. Fearful of the future, the markets, of not getting what he wants. The woman he wants. The son. Fearful of losing them. But love and money can’t last forever. Continue Reading

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1984

1984

April, 1984. 13:00. Comrade 6079, Winston Smith, thinks a thought, starts a diary and falls in love. But the cold face of Big Brother is always watching and the door to Room 101 can swing open in the blink of an eye. Continue Reading

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