macrobert arts centre


Macrobert Arts Centre
Sat 22 Sep, 2pm
For ages 4+

Who is Martha? 
Martha lives by the sea… Martha lives alone… Martha doesn’t need anyone… 
She is stubborn, eccentric and highly independent. 
Who are Martha’s friends? 
Not her next door neighbour. Not her helpful postman. Nor her secret admirer from across the bay. 
One day Martha has an unexpected visitor and her life will never be the same again. 


Macrobert Arts Centre
Fri 21 Sep, 7.30pm
Recommended for age 12+

A boy on the run. A listening crow. A man who wants to be lost. The story of two people struggling; a boy and a man, told through poetry and stark reality in text, film and soundscape. As our world becomes more disparate and broken, it questions if our children and young people are being systematically and ideologically let down by society.

Ludus: Playful Love

Ludus: Playful Love
Macrobert Arts Centre
Sat 15 Sep, 7.30pm
Recommended for age 14+

Inspired by the language of acclaimed playwright and poet Clifford Bax, this double-bill of fifteen-minute poetry plays is fused with music, visual art, song and dance.

PRELUDE AND FUGUE: A week before her third wedding while having her likeness drawn, Rosemary discovers a shared secret with young, innocent artist.

A Night at the Musicals

A Night At The Musicals
Macrobert Arts Centre
Fri 14 Sep, 7.30pm
Recommended for age 10+

Come along to the unmissable evening of entertainment for all fans of stage and screen musicals, from the company who brought you Girls Night Oot: The Musical! Enjoy a selection of fantastic songs from London’s West End and Broadway, brought to you by a first class professional cast. Look forward to songs from Les Misérables, Wicked, Cats and so many more.

Jamie MacDonald: Blinkered

Macrobert Arts Centre
Fri 7 Sep, 7.30pm

Blind Jamie is taking a long hard look at this blinkered world. Gender is becoming one homogenised dull sex, baby-boomers lament the lack of manners from cold-calling millennials while they slam down their phones on them and disabled people are being made to score points to get their benefits as if they're on some horrendous game show. This is a sharply focused comedy show delivered with a jaunty smile and a squinty eye!

Tetra-Decathlon at Macrobert Arts Centre

Fri 27 & Sat 28 Jul, 7.30pm
Macrobert Arts Centre

Having never set foot on a running track in her life, Lauren Hendry decided to sign up for the Tetra-Decathlon, a grueling 14-event track and field competition. This illuminating solo show charts Lauren’s journey as she trains for and competes in this most taxing of sporting events, whilst asking pertinent questions about the psychology of sport and what drives us to compete.

Part of Festival 2018, the cultural programme of the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.


Shattered - Tue 22 May, 7.30pm at Macrobert Arts Centre

7:45am             Lights on, Streetlights off
7:49am             Door opens number 5
7:50am             Door closes number 9, he’s early, she’s late
7:51am             They glance at me, they always do, they see me, but never wave

The Shadow of Heaven

The Shadow of Heaven is an explosive, hour-long journey through Milton’s epic poem, Paradise Lost, emphasising the work’s visceral, physical and musical qualities.

Describing Satan’s quest from the depths of hell up to the Garden of Eden – and his meeting with Eve – this highly imaginative adaptation seeks to present the theatrical dynamism at the heart of Milton’s seminal work; which he originally imagined as a piece of tragic theatre.

Gukoroku (Traces of Sin) with Kosuke Mukai Q&A

Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2018 at Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling.

Mon 5 Feb, 7.30pm.



Gukoroku (Traces of Sin)

Investigative reporter Tanaka immerses himself into an unsolved shocking murder case story of the ‘perfect’ family and soon discovers that the family in question was not the ideal it was believed to be. Kei Ishikawa’s crime mystery explores the dark sides of social cliques and human nature.