Venue: Dundee Rep Theatre, Tay Square, Dundee, DD1 1PB
Price: Pay as you can
Over the past 3 months, 6 selected artist teams have been in residence in Dundee and Glasgow, mentored by theatre director Drew Taylor.
Mark Hannah (Edinburgh) is a playwright and actor, creating a solo performance about striving for success out of your comfort zone, and the perils of Scotland and Norway's oil industry.
Niamh O’Loughlin (Dundee) is a dancer and choreographer, creating a dance theatre show for children exploring folktales about the Giants Causeway, celebrating Scotland and Ireland's shared cultural history and language.
Jordy Deelight (Edinburgh) is a queer theatre maker. His new performance blends drag, black humour and spoken word to explore living with Cystic Fibrosis, waiting for lung transplant... and trying to perform both parts in "Doctor Jones" by Aqua.
Mirain Fflur (Dundee) is a performer and theatre maker. Mirain is passionate about art for social justice and engaging non-traditional theatre audiences. This performance explores how contemporary British austerity effects the daily life of Dundonian working class women.
Annaliese Broughton (Ayr) is a theatre maker and performer, currently creating a performance exploring social taboos, mental health and the capitalist commodity of Marilyn Monroe
Andrew McLeish, Kirsten Hutchison and Mitchell Robertson (Glasgow) are performers using spoken word and movement techniques to explore the online phenomena of the Blue Whale Challenge.