We are delighted to announce our 2022 tour of Crocodile Rock and A New Life. The shows, written by Andy McGregor with design by Kenny Miller and lighting by Grant Anderson, shall be performed in rep across Scotland.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
CROCODILE ROCK
24th September
7.30pm 

28th, 30th September
7.30pm
1st October
2.30pm

8th October
7.30pm

15th October
7.00pm

20th October
7.30pm

25th October
7.30pm

4th November
7.00pm
A NEW LIFE
24th September
2.30pm

29th September, 1st October
7.30pm

9th October
7.00pm

CentreStage, Kilmarnock​​​​​​​
15th October
2.30pm

26th October
7.30pm

27th October
6.30pm

5th November
7.00pm

CROCODILE ROCK
It’s 1997, it’s Millport and Steven McPhail is bored. He’s 17 and it’s now time to work out what to do with the rest of his life. The problem is, there’s only so many options when you find yourself stuck on a Scottish island.

Everything changes when a chance encounter with a glorious drag queen shows Steven a world he never knew existed. A one-man musical featuring original music, 
Crocodile Rock, the smash-hit show originally stage at A Play a Pie and a Pint and broadcast on the BBC is a story about finding yourself, understanding others and being true to those you love.
A NEW LIFE
Robbie and Jess are living the life.
He's a successful computer programmer and she is on her way to being a headteacher. Until, totally out of the blue, Jess discovers she is pregnant.

They'll be fine. It's just a baby. I mean...how disruptive to their metropolitan, 21st century lives can that be?

They. Have. No. Idea.

A heart-felt, surreal and truthful musical comedy from the creator of Spuds that may or may not feature a tap-dancing baby…

House of Love from A New Life

Queen of the Island from Crocodile Rock

The cast of A New Life talk about the show

Stephen Arden talks about performing Crocodile Rock

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