Other Productions Our Members Are Involved In

We believe in supporting other creators, producers, and artists. Here, you can find non STC pursuits that our members are a part of. As a company comprised of young artists, we want to shine a light on other young creators and celebrate the involvement of our members. Below you can find past and current plays, companies, and events our members have worked with and check them out for yourself!


Fronting(2018 Edinburgh Fringe)

Following its award-winning run at the Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival in 2017, Yellowbird Theatre are excited to present Fronting as their Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut. Written and Directed by Darren Hardie, tickets can be purchased through the Edinburgh Fringe Website here.


Crash Course Theatre

Crash Course Theatre is a Glasgow based theatre company established in 2017. STC members worked with CCT on a production of Patrick Marber's Closer last October. Currently, CCT has just finished a run of Caryl Churchill's Top Girls and are now looking for script submissions from new writers. Information about how to submit scripts and other work by CCT can be found on their facebook here.


A  Play A Pie and a Pint, At the Oran Mor Theatre

The Oran Mor is a thriving arts & entertainment venue in the heart of Glasgow’s West End. The Oran Mor extends opportunities to University of Glasgow theatre students to work with their directors on their  A Play a Pie and a Pint series; a collection of new writing that runs both a fall and a spring season. Our creative director Morgan Noll assistant directed here in 2017. More information about the current Oran Mor season can be found here.


Ah Dinnae Ken (2018 Edinburgh Fringe)

Though not involved in this production, STC members are alumni of Student Theatre at Glasgow and want to show our support for STAG's newest Fringe Production! Maddie Beautyman's winning selection from STAG's New Writing Festival, Ah Dinnae Ken will be on at The Space on Niddry Street. Tickets can be purchased through the Edinburgh Fringe Website here.

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Student Projects, at RCSSD

Our creative director, Morgan Noll, is currently a student at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Central stands at the forefront of training and research in the Dramatic Arts. The RCSSD is widely regarded as one of the top drama training institutions for those wishing to work in the theatre industry. Here you can find information about their student productions.


Nitro, Glass Knuckles Productions (2018 Edinburgh Fringe)

Returning to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Glass Knuckles Productions are BACK with a brand new show. The Breakfast Club meets Fight Club meets The Great British Bake-Off... GK are four recent graduates from Edinburgh Napier University, whose 2017 Fringe Production Deep Fried featured senior actor and co-founder Robbie Heath in a supporting role. More information about GK, and their 2018 production Nitro, can be found here 

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Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?, Lonodn Horror Festival 2018

The UK's original and largest festival of live horror performance returns this October, and with it returns Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm? "Bella" is an original, one-man piece written and directed by our Creative Director Morgan Noll, and our LHF run marks the play's third festival feature. We are honoured to be a part of this year's line-up! LHF's full 2018 programme and ticket info can be found on their website here. 


Student Productions, Student Theatre at Glasgow 

Student Theatre at Glasgow is a 20 year old theatre society run at the University of Glasgow. Though now alumni, we owe STAG a great deal in nurturing our love of theatre and in their provision of opportunities for young artists. Information about upcoming STAG events, tickets, and festivals can be found on their website here.