NESTS Tour 2018

Image credit: Mihaela Bodlovic featuring Hamish MacRae.

 ‘You’ve chosen to take yourself away from things, but me? I’m invisible.’ 

We are delighted that, thanks to funding from Creative Scotland, NESTS will be touring Scotland in September 2018.

Tour dates, cast and creative team to be announced soon.

NESTS is a co-production between Stadium Rock and Frozen Charlotte Productions, produced by Mhari Robinson.


The Assassination of Julia Marsh

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Written by Xana Marwick
Directed by Caitlin Skinner.
Sound / performance by Geraldine Heaney and Peter Lannon.
Julia Marsh played by Nicola Roy.
Presented as a 10 minute work in progress at The Imaginate International Festival Scratch That! event in June 2017.
The play began life as monologue for the Village Pub Theatre earlier in the year. It told the story of a woman who had been sexually assaulted many times as a young woman, so many in fact that it had seemed normal to her (#MeToo anyone…) and now she was taking her revenge through online hacking.
The version we shared at Imaginate was something quite different, a mystery about a young hacker stuck in a room receiving mysterious gifts and being controlled by a sinister male voice that comes via her headphones…
‘interesting subject and a compelling scratch. Hope you get to make the full work – young people need this kind of theatre.’ (from audience feedback)
Photos by Jassy Earl.

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Nests at Imaginate Festival 2016 – round up.

Thanks so much to everyone who attended our rehearsed reading of Nests at Imaginate 2016. We were delighted to be part of the excellent Expo programme and very grateful to Imaginate and Creative Scotland for making it possible. We received some fantastic feedback from the event and are now looking forward to preparing for a full production in the not too distant future.

Shane in Nests

You can see some more beautiful photos (by Jassy Earl ) and see a full list of cast and creatives, as well as find out a bit more about it here.

Residency with the Lyceum Youth Theatre.

Stadium Rock are Delighted to once again be in residence with the Lyceum Youth Theatre. Previously we have collaborated collectively with this talented young company on Baton and Ask Me Anything! Anything! At All! The images below are from these productions and other works created with the Lyceum Youth Theatre and Stadium Rock Artistic Director Xana Marwick who has a long history working with these young people.


First Up, Best Dressed.

DSCF2279.JPG2010 – First up, Best dressed. An interactive, clothes-swapping and personal story sharing installation, with a colouring in table. Forest Fringe Micro Festivals, Battersea Arts Centre and The Arches.

‘Stadium Rock’s brilliant First Up, Best Dressed’ (The Guardian)

Created by Dougal Marwick, Xana Marwick and Katy Wilson.

Ask Me! Anything! Anything! At All!

Ask Me Anything Anything Anything At All created by Stadium Rock for Imaginate Fringe. Image created by Dougal Marwick.

2010 – Ask Me! Anything! Anything! At All! A teenager-questioning booth, for children. Presented as a work in progress at the Imaginate International Children’s Festival Fringe.

Created by Xana Marwick.

Performed by Lucia D’Inverno, Ross Donnachie, Emma McKenna and Tom Palmer.


CABLE Created  by Stadium Rock and Jer Reid. Image Credit Steven McGarry. (2).jpg2009 – Cable. Live directing over headphones with the designer live on stage and absolutely no plan, just responses. Arches Live!

Created by Caro Donald, Kim Donohoe, John Glancy, Dougal Marwick, Xana Marwick, Jer Reid and Katy Wilson.

Supported by the Scottish Arts Council, North Edinburgh Arts and The Arches.