The Panopticon

The Panopticon

I well remember when Jenni Fagan’s explosive debut, The Panopticon, first appeared in 2013. 

Time Oot

Time Oot

Time Oot is Toonspeak’s latest fun-filled musical, packed with great songs and non-stop action. Set in 1985 at a Live Aid school dance fundraiser, Time Oot shows how tensions rise between several groups of teenagers: Punks, New Romantics, Populars, and the Geeks… 

Little Top

Little Top

  • Listing
  • Children’s Shows
  • Scotland
  • Multiple Venues
  • 30th Apr - 1st Jun 2019

Welcome to Little Top, a magical first circus experience for babies aged 0-18 months and their adults. At a time in their development when young children are discovering their own physicality, and the pleasures and perils of gravity, Little Top invites babies to experience all the fun of the circus… 

Lost in Music

Lost in Music

“The music I listened to between the ages of 11 and 21 probably affected by life more than pretty much anything else. It influenced how I dressed, how I spoke, and who I was friends with: it led me to books, films and artists I might never have discovered otherwise… 

Our Fathers

Our Fathers

It’s mildly amusing to see two grown men briefly falling into a childish bragging-match about their fathers—one a retired Church of Scotland minister, the other a former Bishop... 

Love Song to Lavender Menace

Love Song to Lavender Menace

“Lavender Menace”, according to Wikipedia, were “an informal group of lesbian radical feminists formed to protest the exclusion of lesbians and lesbian issues from the feminist movement at the Second Congress to Unite Women in New York City on May 1, 1970”... 

Damned Rebel Bitches

Damned Rebel Bitches

Historically speaking, the original “Damned Rebel Bitches” were—according to the “butcher” Duke of Cumberland—the Jacobite women who marched behind their men in order to prevent them retreating... 

The Ghosts of Mr Dickens

The Ghosts of Mr Dickens

The Ghosts of Mr Dickens charts the author's voyage to America, where he is haunted by visions of his past and characters from his books. 

Invisible Army

Invisible Army

It’s not every play that starts with a reaffirmation of one of the basic fundamentals of theatre: that things which aren’t true can be imagined, and that what can be imagined can also be true... 

The Tempest

The Tempest

Welcome to The Tempest as Shakespeare and probably most other people never imagined it could be. This production is original, imaginative and bold, yet at the same time raises major issues of distorted interpretation that ultimately makes it fall short of being completely satisfying...