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Oog by Al Seed

[Image by Andy Catlin: Al Seed perfoming Oog]


Based in Glasgow, Al Seed Productions was founded upon Al's long-term partnerships with companies and creatives throughout Scotland and on the international scene.

ASP’s approach to cr
eating theatre is inherently multi-artform, with an emphasis upon exploring how known stories and mythologies can be reimagined in striking, visceral, often wordless forms.

ASP is also committed to using its work as a means of framing some of the most difficult questions that can be asked of our world today, addressing complexities and conundrums head on. In this way, the notion of tragedy – and its offer to modern audiences – is at the heart of the company’s productions.

Alongside its theatrical projects,
ASP creates work for the heritage sector and has been a frequent collaborator of The National Trust for Scotland, producing installations for Bannockburn battlefield, Brodie Castle and The House of Dun.

Through the
Waypoint-1 project, ASP is committed to integrating all of its artistic endeavours with ongoing support of early career performance-makers across Scotland.

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"Intelligent, captivating and superbly performed… A quietly stunning odyssey"
The Guardian on The Spinners

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 "A treasure chest of allusions... breathtaking precision… a tour de force"
British Theatre Guide on The Spinners

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"If you have any interest at all in theatre without words, then this is the show for you" 
Total Theatre Magazine on Oog


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