Glasgow’s Fish & Game are one of the most hotly tipped young theatre companies in Scotland. At the forefront of a new generation of performance makers, they are challenging and ambitious in their approach but equally unafraid to make work that is accessible, mischievously funny and downright crowd-pleasing.
"Original and talented thinkers and theatre-makers" The Times
"Young Glasgow Iconoclasts" The Scotsman
"The excellent Fish & Game" The Skinny
Founded in 2006 by Joint Artistic Directors Robert Walton and Eilidh MacAskill, Fish & Game have produced a wide range of studio-based performances at The Arches and Tramway in Glasgow, directed final-year RSAMD students, written and recorded guided tours of Glasgow’s Centre For Contemporary Arts and shown site-specific installations at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, London‘s Royal College of Art and Melbourne's West Space Gallery. They are regular collaborators with Australian company Panther and, in 2007, created and performed the wildly successful 365-day project Eilidh’s Daily Ukulele Ceilidh.
Over three hectic years, the company has performed pieces as far afield as London, New York, Nova Scotia and Melbourne and now they’re embarking on their first major Scottish tour.