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The Swings

From All Or Nothing and co-commissioned by Imaginate Family Day and Merchant City Festival, this giant swing set is ideal for festivals, family days and community events.


The structure has 2 swings and on performance days there will be 4 aerial performances, lasting 12-15 minutes each with 2 performers.


The public can use the swings in between performances which activates a sound installation.

The Swings are designed to be fully accessible and will give your audience the chance to conjure up the joy and freedom of children's swings!

Toured throughout Scotland summer 2021 

Touring UK venues and festivals in 2022/23.


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The Seven Ravens

A young woman sets off to rescue her seven brothers who were cursed and turned into Ravens by the Keeper who guards the Glass Mountain. The Keeper has a Raspberry Pi camera on its nose - it steals, in real time, the images of all it encounters and stores them in the glass mountain.


From Tragic Carpet Theatre Company, The Seven Ravens is inspired by a Grimms’ fairy tale. A performance/installation with a unique combination of puppetry; needle felting; projection; music and song - and live image capture and processing. Aimed at adults and children 8+, The Seven Ravens looks at artificial intelligence/facial recognition.


Touring 2023.

See work in progress, March 3-29 2022,

Studio G16, St Margaret's House, Edinburgh.

Coffee & drop in Wed/Fri 11am, Sun 12.30pm


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The Morrich Project

The Morrich Project is a work is progress from dance artist Julia McGhee.


Julia takes inspiration from an area of land near her home in Easter Ross, called Morrich More - an extensive area of strand plain and dune grassland on the South shore of the Dornoch Firth. It is walking distance (at low tide) from Inver and is an area of Special Scientific Interest and Special Area of Conservation. It is also forms part of RAF Tain, which is the largest MOD live fire aerial weapons range in the UK,


Julia will work with four artists - Saffy Setohy, Penny Chivas, Nicolette Macleod and Robbie Synge - to investigate artistic responses to this landscape in multiple forms: live contemporary physical performance outdoors and indoors, soundscape and screendance.

Next sharing in the Highlands summer 2022


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With its over-50s performance company The Flames, Tricky Hat’s latest project is #DontStopTheFlames, a series of 8 films about lives and hopes and dreams in the post-Covid world.


#DontStopTheFlames demonstrates Tricky Hat’s importance in the creative world with this dynamic performance company, shattering preconceptions of ageing, and embracing new digital skills.


Many of The Flames raged against the digital world pre Covid, but some have now been given iPads and training to film themselves, some are being filmed at a social distance, but they are all at home and telling their stories about a new way of living.

The project is supported by Creative Scotland and British Council, facilitated by Scottish Government, and Sendai Cultural Fund.


All the films are free to view, and are available for venues to share as part of their digital programming: 

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Moon Capers

Shaper/Caper's online creative and movement performance for children is based on their successful series Children's Capers developed during the first Lockdown.


A fun interactive family event for living rooms everywhere!

Recruiting all Moon Cadets!
Meet Captain Caper and pilot Peppy and help them on their mission to the Moon. You will be requested to attend Space School in preparation for the journey of a lifetime: A trip to the Moon and Back!
Mission Possible: Rescue Moon Moo, the cow that can’t jump and get back home before bedtime.
3-2-1… Blast Off!


This 30-minute online performance is available to venues as a ticketed event only. Now with extra scenes!

Suitable for ages 4-9 and families.

Available now


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Within This Dust

​This critically acclaimed show from Shaper/Caper is inspired by Richard's Drew's iconic photographs that capture a man falling from the World Trade Centre during the 9/11 attacks.

Choreographer Thomas Small combines text, movement and subtle storytelling​ in an emotive piece of dance theatre.

Within This Dust has had sell-out shows at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum and World Trade Centre in New York, in Germany and Brazil, and at Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

“So beautiful. I had tears pouring down my face” Scotsman****

Can be performed in theatres and rural venues. Workshops and an education pack are available too. 

Touring 2022.

One-off performances available.

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 Paper Moon 

The moonlight is beautiful, shining across the bedroom floor, but all is not as calm as it seems… Poppy Diddle wakes up to discover that the MoonMoo (the cow that jumped over the moon) has got stuck on the Moon! Poppy’s mission is clear - will you be Poppy’s friend at Astronaut School and help her build paper rockets to get to space and rescue MoonMoo?  5-4-3-2-1-BLAST OFF!

Join Poppy and her dog Peppy for songs and fun as she launches across the canvas sky, at the speed of light, towards the Paper Moon.

Paper Moon, from Shaper/Caper, commissioned by Cumbernauld Theatre.

Touring Scotland and England