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Pachamama

ESTABLISHED IN 2009 by actor and director Cora Bissett and launched in 2010 with the award-winning site-specific show Roadkill.

 

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Paper Tiger

Glasgow

mail@papertiger.com

COMMUNITY collaboration using a range of artforms.Artistic director Heather Cassidy.

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Patch of Blue

St Andrews

general@patchofbluetheatre.co.uk

YOUNG company emerging from the University of St Andrews. Directors: Alex Howarth and Louise Sands.

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The Patter Merchants

Glasgow

YOUNG company exploring character-driven classics with small-scale productions of Abigail's Party and The Glass Menagerie under its belt. Facebook page.

Receiving and producing house

Pavilion Theatre

121 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2 3AX

0141 332 9107

COMMERCIAL musicals and popular theatre.

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Peapod Productions

Edinburgh

LAUNCHED at the end of 2010, the company aims to showcase new and unknown work. Artistic director: Philip Kingscott.

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Perhilion Theatre Company

12 George Street, Hunter's Quay, Dunoon PA23 8JU

alsatch@hotmail.com

PHYSICAL theatre by Scottish Lecoq-trained writer and performer Alasdair Satchel.

Producing house

Perth Theatre

185 High Street, Perth PH1 5UW

01738 638123 info@horsecross.co.uk

FRIENDLY mainstream producing house, now under the same management as Perth Concert Hall. Artistic director: Rachel O'Riordan.

Articles: Scotland on Sunday (12 February 2005); The Scotsman (29 September 2011); Reviews: Perth Theatre reviews

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Phurious Productions

Glasgow

ARTS and education company.

Producing house

Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Port-na-craig, Pitlochry, Perthshire PH16 5DR

01796 484600 admin@pitlochry.org.uk

MAINSTREAM summer repertoire with high production values and beautiful setting. The theatre is increasingly being used for events throughout the year. Artistic director John Durnin. Ladacam promo for Passing Places. See reviews.

Articles: Scotland on Sunday (7 May 2006); Scotland on Sunday (15 May 2011). Reviews: Pitlochry Festival Theatre reviews

Lunchtime theatre

A Play, a Pie and a Pint

Oran Mor, 731-735 Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 9QX

0141 357 6200

150 lunchtime shows under its belt and David McLennan's company is still going strong. A platform for new and established writers, not to mention new and established actors.

Articles: Scotland on Sunday (28 August 2008); Scotsman (26 January 2010); Reviews: A Play, a Pie and a Pint reviews

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Playathome

Glasgow

DEVISED theatre grounded in research and bringing together artists from different disciplines to use image, text and sound in innovative ways. First production, The Gilding Room, in 2010.

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Playing with Colours

Edinburgh

CIRCUS style entertainment, bringing together a mix of artforms.Launched February 2009.

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Play Pieces

Inverness

SOCIAL enterprise organisation encouraging access to theatre by presenting productions including lunchtime theatre.

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Plutôt la Vie

26 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh

timlicata@blueyonder.co.uk

PHYSICAL theatre company. Facebook page.

Reviews: Plutôt La Vie reviews

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Poorboy

SEE Bell Rock.

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Practical Magic

4 Craigpark Way, Uddingston G71 6LX

enquiries@practical-magic.org

TOURING company specialising in popular plays.

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Pretty Knickers

Edinburgh

ALL-FEMALE company founded in 2016 by Sarah Dingwall, Claire Docherty, Niamh Kinane, Mhairi McCall, Becky Niven and Lana Pheutan.

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Prime Productions

54 Hermiston, Currie, Midlothian, EH14 4AQ

0131 449 4055

COMPANY closed down in 2013.

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Proud Exposure

Glasgow

THEATRE collective established in 2008 with a view to creating everything from site-specific performances to large-scale ensemble shows. Artistic directors: Drew Taylor and Fi Alexander.

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The Puppet Lab

81 Great Junction Street, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 5HZ

0131 554 8923 admin@edinburgh-puppet.co.uk

DEDICATED to entertaining and educating a cross-section of adults, children and families. Website for Ghost.

Articles: The Guardian (18 March 2008), Scotland on Sunday (December 2008) Reviews: Puppet Lab reviews.

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