Our SUPPORT strand is where we create work and provide development and training opportunities for emerging and early-career theatre makers in Scotland. Our aim here is to level the playing field and create the opportunities we wish we had access to. We want to help give that leg up to as many theatre makers as possible. On this page you can see our past SUPPORT projects, and see any opportunities available to take part. 


Past SUPPORT Projects:


(7th August - 4th September 2020) - Digital Project

#FrameworkFridays is a series of monologues written, performed and directed by young scottish women. We commisioned 5 exciting new writers to write a monologue on what it meant to be a young women in Scotland. The 5 pieces garnered over 7000 views and recieved media acclaim. The pieces are still available to view on our Facebook page. 


Writers: Taylor Waggonner, Hannah McGregor, Margaret McLeod, Kirsty MacEachran, Dani Enticknap


Performers: Rebecca Riddell, Bethany Tennick, Carla McNeil, Iona Mclennan, Fiona Radbourne


Directors: Emma Cochrane, Georgia Smith, Emma Ruse


Framework Festival

(3rd-7th May 2021) - Scotland's First Emerging Theatre-Makers Festival

Framework Festival was a series of workshops, panels and performances designed to upskill and create opportunities for emerging theatre makers in Scotland.
With 7 workshops, 3 industry panels and 6 productions created by emerging artists the Festival was a huge success. Over 460 event tickets were sold across the whole festival, we were delighted to have the opportunity to support emerging makers.
You can read Theatre Scotlands review of the Festival here. 


Home: A Project For New Writers

Home: A Project for New Writers is designed to tackle inequalities faced by young people (and particularly young women/non-binary identifying people) in recieving paid writing opportunities. This project commissions four young writers from the Lothians to write a short play, which will then be produced and performed in the Scottish Storytelling Centre this autumn. .