physical theatre

Welcome My Son

A unique interpretation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, told through the monster’s eyes, using Chinese pole and physical theatre.

Abandoned by his father the Monster feels isolated and alone in this unique re-telling of the classic story, that also explores the themes of conformity and prejudice, giving them contemporary relevance.

How You Gonna Live Your Dash

Based on real life testimonies and featuring beautiful pyrotechnic effects, this epic performance looks at the moment we choose to detonate our own lives, the smokey fall out and how we piece together a new future.

This shattering piece explores the life-altering decisions we make in order to get the most out of our time on earth: giving up a high-flying career, confronting an addiction, dropping it all and moving to a new continent.

Supported by Creative Scotland and Platform.


Suitable for 14+

Al Seed: Oog

 

Al Seed: Oog

Saturday 24 October, 7.30pm

Tickets: £8.50 / £5.50 concessions & students / Run time: 40 mins

The end of a war, a locked cellar, Oog…

Oog leads you deep into the fractured mind of a shell-shocked soldier. An intensely physical, and poetic, exploration of the trauma of conflict and the psychological damage it inflicts. A new dance-theatre piece from multi-award-winning choreographer-performer, Al Seed.