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Wrapped Town By Jules Horne

Texthouse Publishing

We’re delighted to announce the first two titles from Texthouse Publishing: ‘Wrapped Town’ and ‘Nanonovels’ by Jules Horne. Described as ‘vibrantly original tales’ and ‘full of the spirit of Ray Bradbury and Angela Carter’, these are darkly funny books, from an off-beat imagination. ‘Wrapped Town’ brings together Dolly the sheep, Scottish country dancing, rugby scrums […]

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My new play ALLOTMENT takes place in a real allotment in Inverleith during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It’s directed by Kate Nelson of Nutshell Theatre and is a co-production with Assembly.

Allotment

My new play ALLOTMENT takes place in a real allotment in Inverleith during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It’s directed by Kate Nelson of Nutshell Theatre and is a co-production with Assembly.

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Gorgeous Avatar

Gorgeous Avatar

Gorgeous Avatar was my first full-length play, directed by Philip Howard at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, with a wonderful cast and team behind it. It’s the story of an internet love affair between two people who meet for the first time and find their fantasies and reality collide. It was inspired by hearing that […]

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The Wife of Usher’s Well was a Singspiel – play with songs – produced by Quondam Theatre. It’s based on the famous Border ballad about a woman whose dead sons return from war for one last night. In this version, we had just one son (cutbacks), and several songs which were scored by the extraordinary Mr Iain Lowthian.

The Wife of Usher’s Well

The Wife of Usher’s Well was a Singspiel – play with songs – produced by Quondam Theatre. It’s based on the famous Border ballad about a woman whose dead sons return from war for one last night. In this version, we had just one son (cutbacks), and several songs which were scored by the extraordinary […]

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The Existentialist Owl

The Existentialist Owl

This is a sound poem in Scots inspired by the work of the German poet Christian Morgenstern. I’d been thinking about his poem ‘Der Werwolf’, which is untranslatably about a werewolf in a graveyard tussling with a grammatical declension, and having an existential crisis. It’s also funny – a party piece beloved of German kids […]

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