Scribble  by Andy Edwards  Andy Edwards and Amy Gilmartin  Directed by Amy Gilmartin Produced by Rachel D'Arcy Music by Blair Coron Design by Jenny Booth  CAST: Alan MacKenzie  GUEST PERFORMERS: Catherine Elliott, Neil John Gibson ,  Joseph Brown, Lana Pheutan, Daniel Cameron, Vivien Reid, Pauline Lockhart, Kirsty Eila McIntyre, Robin Heiler, Nicola Jo Cully, Roanna Davidson, Nicola Roy, Sean Langtree, Cristian Ortega, Sophia McLean, Kane Power, Rosalind McAndrew, Clare Marcie, Nicole Cooper, Maria Oller, Kim Allan, David Kirkwood and Samuel Jameson  Performed at Assembly Roxy at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 (August 2017).  In development performance presented at the Traverse Theatre, as part of Traverse Hothouse 2016.  Winner of Assembly Roxy Theatre Award   Bran flakes, anxiety and gravity. The smallest moments in history. The largest events in the universe. Blink and you’ll miss it. A scribble in the chest. Based on experiences both real and imagined, Scribble is an exploration of the complexity of obsession and compulsion and supermarkets.       ★★★ The List ★★★★ FringeBiscuit ★★★★ EdFrinngeReview

Scribble by Andy Edwards

Andy Edwards and Amy Gilmartin

Directed by Amy Gilmartin
Produced by Rachel D'Arcy
Music by Blair Coron
Design by Jenny Booth

CAST: Alan MacKenzie

GUEST PERFORMERS: Catherine Elliott, Neil John GibsonJoseph Brown, Lana Pheutan, Daniel Cameron, Vivien Reid, Pauline Lockhart, Kirsty Eila McIntyre, Robin Heiler, Nicola Jo Cully, Roanna Davidson, Nicola Roy, Sean Langtree, Cristian Ortega, Sophia McLean, Kane Power, Rosalind McAndrew, Clare Marcie, Nicole Cooper, Maria Oller, Kim Allan, David Kirkwood and Samuel Jameson

Performed at Assembly Roxy at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 (August 2017).  In development performance presented at the Traverse Theatre, as part of Traverse Hothouse 2016.

Winner of Assembly Roxy Theatre Award

Bran flakes, anxiety and gravity. The smallest moments in history. The largest events in the universe. Blink and you’ll miss it. A scribble in the chest. Based on experiences both real and imagined, Scribble is an exploration of the complexity of obsession and compulsion and supermarkets.

 

★★★ The List
★★★★ FringeBiscuit
★★★★ EdFrinngeReview

Heartlands  by Dave Fargnoli  Urban Fox Theatre Company  Directed by Amy Gilmartin Featuring original music by Rebecca Herd  Associate Director: Jo Rush Music Director: Joseph Brown  CAST: Clare Ross and Joe Johnson  Performed at the Kings Head Theatre (November 2015), Hometown Tour (performances in Glasgow, Kilmarnock and Sanquhar - November 2015), Traverse Theatre, as part of Traverse Hothouse (October 2015) and Sweet Grassmarket, Edinburgh Festival Fringe (August 2015).   When things fall apart...you go back home. Swept up in a public scandal, jaded humanitarian Charlie rehashes the past and hashtags his way to the moral high ground. Dark, daft, and subversive, Heartlands asks if optimism always has to break your heart.       ★★★★ Scotsman ★★★★ Stage ★★★★ Broadway Baby ★★★★ TV Bomb ★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre ★★★★ Fringe Guru

Heartlands by Dave Fargnoli

Urban Fox Theatre Company

Directed by Amy Gilmartin
Featuring original music by Rebecca Herd

Associate Director: Jo Rush
Music Director: Joseph Brown

CAST: Clare Ross and Joe Johnson

Performed at the Kings Head Theatre (November 2015), Hometown Tour (performances in Glasgow, Kilmarnock and Sanquhar - November 2015), Traverse Theatre, as part of Traverse Hothouse (October 2015) and Sweet Grassmarket, Edinburgh Festival Fringe (August 2015).

When things fall apart...you go back home. Swept up in a public scandal, jaded humanitarian Charlie rehashes the past and hashtags his way to the moral high ground. Dark, daft, and subversive, Heartlands asks if optimism always has to break your heart.

 

★★★★ Scotsman
★★★★ Stage
★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ TV Bomb
★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre
★★★★ Fringe Guru

Safeword  by Dave Fargnoli  Urban Fox Theatre Company  Directed by Amy Gilmartin  CAST: Clare Ross, Samuel Jameson, Ro Diamond and Joseph Brown (original cast included Joe Johnson)  Performed at the Traverse Theatre, as part of Traverse Hothouse (October 2014), and Sweet Grassmarket, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014 (August 2014).   Everybody lives a double life. For some it's a game. For anxious artist Isobel, it's self-preservation. A dark, daft fairytale of trust, truth, lust and love, Safeword is a true story, only every word is a lie.       ★★★★ Three Weeks   ★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre ★★★★ The Reviews Hub

Safeword by Dave Fargnoli

Urban Fox Theatre Company

Directed by Amy Gilmartin

CAST: Clare Ross, Samuel Jameson, Ro Diamond and Joseph Brown
(original cast included Joe Johnson)

Performed at the Traverse Theatre, as part of Traverse Hothouse (October 2014), and Sweet Grassmarket, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014 (August 2014).

Everybody lives a double life. For some it's a game. For anxious artist Isobel, it's self-preservation. A dark, daft fairytale of trust, truth, lust and love, Safeword is a true story, only every word is a lie.

 

★★★★ Three Weeks
★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre
★★★★ The Reviews Hub

 
Warrior  by Jennifer Adam  Black Dingo Productions  Directed by Amy Gilmartin  CAST: Euan Brockie, John Love and Deborah Whyte (original cast included Adam Tomkins and Marilyn Wilson)  Performed at the Citizens Theatre (March 2016), Discover 21 (March 2015), the Just Festival (August 2014), as well as school tours in 2015 and 2016.   16 year old Evan lives in a different world. A world where he can ignore unwanted attention and shut off from the harsh reality of high school. But when his world is threatened, he reacts hastily, with drastic consequences.  Detailing the time between his arrest for leaving anti-Catholic comments online and the day of his trial, Warrior explores the aftermath of blind - not bigoted - ignorance to sectarianism in Scotland.       ★★★★  ★ Broadway Baby ★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre ★★★★ Inside One Mind

Warrior by Jennifer Adam

Black Dingo Productions

Directed by Amy Gilmartin

CAST: Euan Brockie, John Love and Deborah Whyte
(original cast included Adam Tomkins and Marilyn Wilson)

Performed at the Citizens Theatre (March 2016), Discover 21 (March 2015), the Just Festival (August 2014), as well as school tours in 2015 and 2016.

16 year old Evan lives in a different world. A world where he can ignore unwanted attention and shut off from the harsh reality of high school. But when his world is threatened, he reacts hastily, with drastic consequences.

Detailing the time between his arrest for leaving anti-Catholic comments online and the day of his trial, Warrior explores the aftermath of blind - not bigoted - ignorance to sectarianism in Scotland.

 

★★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre
★★★★ Inside One Mind

Miss Julie  by August Strindberg  Black Dingo Productions  Adapted by Jen McGregor Directed by Amy Gilmartin  CAST: Kirsty Eila McIntyre, Debbie Cannon and Gerry Kielty (original cast included Dave McFarlane)  Performed at the History Festival (November 2014), the Storytelling Centre (August 2014) and Discover 21 (June 2014).    Caught up in the heady magic of Midsummer Eve, Miss Julie invades the world of her servants. She drags her father’s valet, Jean, into a sexually-charged encounter which is part seduction, part power struggle and part self-destruction.     ★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre

Miss Julie by August Strindberg

Black Dingo Productions

Adapted by Jen McGregor
Directed by Amy Gilmartin

CAST: Kirsty Eila McIntyre, Debbie Cannon and Gerry Kielty
(original cast included Dave McFarlane)

Performed at the History Festival (November 2014), the Storytelling Centre (August 2014) and Discover 21 (June 2014).

 Caught up in the heady magic of Midsummer Eve, Miss Julie invades the world of her servants. She drags her father’s valet, Jean, into a sexually-charged encounter which is part seduction, part power struggle and part self-destruction.


★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre

Globophobia  by Dave Fargnoli and Lindsay Miller  Urban Fox Theatre Company  Directed by Amy Gilmartin  CAST: Joseph Brown, Ro Diamond, Hazel DuBourdieu, Samuel Jameson, Alan MacKenzie, Clare Ross and Kimberly Sinclair (original cast included Brian Houston, Shona Mathison, Ashley McLean and Des O’Gorman)  Performed at the Old Hairdressers, Discover 21 (November 2013) and Sweet Grassmarket, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013 (August 2013).  Shortlisted for the Scottish Artichoke Award   Seven characters share stories of anxiety, coincidence and missed connections. Dark, daft and sometimes devastating, Globophobia explores common and uncommon fears, and wonders what the hell we’re meant to do about them anyway.       ★★★★  ★ Three Weeks ★★★★ Broadway Baby

Globophobia by Dave Fargnoli and Lindsay Miller

Urban Fox Theatre Company

Directed by Amy Gilmartin

CAST: Joseph Brown, Ro Diamond, Hazel DuBourdieu, Samuel Jameson, Alan MacKenzie, Clare Ross and Kimberly Sinclair
(original cast included Brian Houston, Shona Mathison, Ashley McLean and Des O’Gorman)

Performed at the Old Hairdressers, Discover 21 (November 2013) and Sweet Grassmarket, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013 (August 2013).

Shortlisted for the Scottish Artichoke Award

Seven characters share stories of anxiety, coincidence and missed connections. Dark, daft and sometimes devastating, Globophobia explores common and uncommon fears, and wonders what the hell we’re meant to do about them anyway.

 

★★★★★ Three Weeks
★★★★ Broadway Baby