Rapture Theatre: Democracy

Stars of stage and screen join Rapture Theatre, as they return to Macrobert Arts Centre with their latest show!

Friday 2nd September & Saturday 3 September, 7.30pm

Democracy by Michael Frayn is a gripping spy thriller, based on a true story, from the writer of the West End Smash - Noises Off.

West Germany, 1969.

Last Dream On Earth

Last Dream On Earth

Friday 29 July, 7.30pm

Macrobert Arts Centre


An evocative sonic journey to outer space...

Kai Fischer, in association with National Theatre of Scotland...

A traveller stands on a beach in Morocco with a group of friends. Tonight, they are getting ready for a journey to change their lives. Decades earlier, a young man is getting strapped into a tiny sphere, ready for his mission: to become the first Human in Outer Space.

New Room Theatre: BLACKOUT


Tuesday 17 May, 7.30pm

Macrobert Arts Centre

The honest, uplifting and darkly comic story of alcoholics and their recovery – scripted entirely from interviews with recovering addicts, including the writer!

‘My first drink seemed to unlock something. I threw up, went home, woke up with a stinking hangover and thought, ‘that was fantastic, when are we doing it again?’

5 Soldiers: The Body is the Frontline

5 Soldiers: The Body is the Frontline.

Friday 13 & Saturday14 May, 7.30pm

The five star, award-winning incredible show that you HAVE to see - it will change the way you think about war forever.

5 SOLDIERS  in association with the army in Scotland, is a moving, dramatic and unique work from Rosie Kay Dance Company. The show, based on military field research, explores how the human body remains essential to war, even in the 21st century.

Donald Robertson Is Not A Stand Up Comedian!

A coming of age story which looks at comedy in an entirely different light.

What would you do if everyone in the world hated you? Would you run? Would you fight? Or would you try to make them laugh?

Donald Robertson has got no mates and he isn't funny. But with guidance from his new mentor Gary, he hopes that this is all about to change.

Writer/performer Gary McNair’s acclaimed monologue weaves a classic coming-of-age story with a pinpoint deconstruction of the darker side of stand-up comedy.