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Powerplay

by Cally Phillips

|September 1, 2012

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Because life is just what you do between hockey games. As we hurtle towards another NHL Lockout you may need to look for other ways to live your life in between hockey games.  Written in 2004 during the last NHL lockout, Powerplay explores the importance of…

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After the success of Cally Phillips’ first collection of short stories in Scots (Voices in ma Heid) this is the companion volume – another handful of five short stories, but this time it’s personal. Written in the first person It Wisnae Me invites you into…

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Come and spend a whole week with No Labels (fictional) Drama Group and learn that there is no such thing as challenging behaviour, only creative behaviour. Meet the cast and share in their journey, as they dispense with the Learning Disability label and…

Chasing Waves

by Cally Phillips

|October 18, 2013

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Two men.  One box.  The possibilities are endless. So forget everything you’ve ever learned and come on the hunt for Higgs Boson with two characters who may or may not be philosopher of language Ludwig Wittgenstein and quantum physicist Erwin…

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Fairtrade is more than just a cause. It’s a way of life. Fair Trade Fictions (Volume 1) explores products such as Bananas, Coffee, Chocolate, Cotton, Tea and Sugar from a whole new perspective. They’re funny, they’re weird, they’re thought provoking and they all…

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In 2001 rural Scotland was hit by a terrible crisis – Foot and Mouth. In Men in White Suits, playwright Cally Phillips gives rural Scotland at the beginning of the 21st century the kind of dramatic analysis Ena Lamont Stewart’s Men Should Weep gave 20th century…

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Five short stories in Scots exploring those common Scottish themes: sex, football and politics. Dark and hard edged but humorous characters from 'the scheme' and wasters from 'the pub' discuss issues as diverse as Scottish History and what might have…

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‘Galloway is a wide, wild place where the raw edges of creation have not yet been rubbed down.’ If Galloway is Scotland’s best kept secret, S.R.Crockett (1859-1914) is probably Galloway’s best kept secret.  In this first volume of the series, Cally Phillips…

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Down the Line is an updated version of Barrie’s classic play ‘The Admirable Crichton’ written  for and first performed at the 100th Anniversary Celebration in 2002.  In a world where Butlers have become bodyguards and lady’s maids are personal…

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Ten years ago the Lysistrata Project asked people to take part in a worldwide act of theatrical dissent (dramatic huh?)  In Dumfries and Galloway a bunch of writers responded by writing their own sketches and monologues and performing them live.  Ten…

Triptych

by Cally Phillips

|March 22, 2013

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'A powerful and cleverly constructed trio of plays linked in subtle but unmistakable ways.' In Love is an Urban Myth , we are cast as voyeurs into the relationship of Dave and Sarah and learn that beginnings, middles and endings in life rarely come in all the…

Bond is Back

by Cally Phillips

|September 19, 2012

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Think Abigail’s Party meets James Bond.  Hardly a fair fight – but what a party! Kevin, Sam, Gary and Mark have been friends since childhood. And their joint obsession with James Bond is something they’ve never really grown out of. So Kevin’s wife Annette,…