Lost in Music

by Kim Moore & Nicholas Bone


Coming up:

Lost in Music

Touring Spring/Summer 2020

with songs by Kim Moore, Alex Neilson (Trembling Bells), Jill O'Sullivan (Sparrow and the Workshop, bdy_prts), Emily Phillips, and Claire Willoughby. 

We’re lost in music,
No turning back.

Lost in Music is a new gig-theatre show which retells the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice: the story of a talented musical couple’s journey to hell and back. It’s a story about the power of music which has been told and retold for thousands of years; in Lost in Music, it’s told using the voices of young musicians, talking about what music means to them and how it informs their lives, friendships and sense of self.

Find out more about Lost in Music.


by Lynda Radley

Why would an adopted child reject or push away a 'new' family that only wants to love her?  Attachment theory attempts to explain how inadequately nurtured children can react unexpectedly in certain situations.  Lynda Radley's new play - first developed at Rough Mix in 2012 - uses puppetry and object manipulation to explore what happens when a child feels she doesn't belong in either her new family or her original one. Caitlin Jo's story is told from her point of view and explores vividly her struggle to adapt to a world she finds confusing and difficult.

Commission and development supported by Creative Scotland with additional support from Puppet Animation Scotland and National Theatre of Scotland's Testroom programme.

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