Six short plays new to the stage. 

Someone Was Murdered Here by Fraser Campbell

Who can afford to buy their own place these days? Maybe Kate and Samantha, when they find a flat priced to move because of its dark history. It’s only when they view the place that Kate starts to wonder if occult obsessive Samantha likes the idea of living in an infamous address more than she wants to engage with the serious process of settling down. And Andrew, the estate agent? He just wants to get back to the office.

Innocent Age by Megan Green

It's 1974 and Stevi, a naïve, enthusiastic TV production assistant, is excited to start her new job working on a much-beloved children's art programme at a large broadcaster. When a young viewer sends in a disturbing picture, she has her eyes opened to the reality behind the colourful dungarees and catchy theme tunes.

Jesus Wants Me For a Steakbake by Alex Cox

Danny had a bad week, what with his favourite felt-tip pen running out of ink, and then him having gone and died. But the Angel of Death has just resurrected him, so perhaps things are looking up.

Thursday's Child by Julie Martis

Three women meet for the first time, in a basement, away from prying eyes and eavesdropping ears, to discuss their darkest, secret desire. And Alanis Morissette.

Disaster Song by Karen Barclay

The families of dead workers fall out over a folk song.

Murder in Bearsden by Elisabeth Holland

Bearsden, 1955. A group of respectable elderly ladies are horrified when one of their friends is murdered. Is there no end to the depravity and delinquency of the youth of today? As questions are asked, it seems depravity may lie closer to home.