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Reminiscences of Dunfermline A new play based on an old book. Reminiscences of Dunfermline takes us back in time to meet some of the locals from Dunfermline’s past using the book by Alexander Stewart from 1889. Memory, storytelling and how we view the tale of Dunfermline are explored in this new play.

A script-in-hand performance of the play was staged at the Outwith Festival 2019, directed by Emma Lynne Harley.

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WORK-LIFE was part of the Traverse Theatre Breakfast Plays: The Future is [...] series for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019. Presented as a script in hand performance, directed by Becky Hope-Palmer #BreakfastPlaysTheFutureIs


Where the Land Meets the Sea for Strange Town Theatre was performed at the Scottish Storytelling Centre in June 2019.

In a flooded city the young people have claimed a place as their own.

Spilt in two, they are divided. But a creature from before is out there, lines will need to be crossed, if not a life could be lost.

Directed by Ellen Shand.

Performed by the Friday 11-14s youth theatre group.

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Mixtape/up made the shortlist for the Young Pleasance Playwriting Competition in 2018 and was performed as part of Words in Progress at the Pleasance Theatre London.


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Wardrobe Malfunction follows Lindsay’s relationship with the items in her wardrobe and her relationship with boyfriend Andrew. Things get a bit complicated when the two things mix. Performed by Emma Lynne Harley and directed by Catherine Expósito as part of the Outwith Festival Dunfermline 2018.


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Bones, Bogles and Coronets directed by Catherine Expósito was performed in the Dunfermline Abbey as part of their Bi-Centenary events in 2018.

With a large community cast, the play explores the finding and reinterment of King Robert the Bruce’s bones in The Abbey Church of Dunfermline and imagines what might have happened in 1818 when two workmen are preparing the ground for the new building.