The Ching Room
A pitch-black two-hander set in a toilet cubicle. Rory realises he is out of his depth once he becomes trapped by the terrifying and enigmatic drug-dealer, Darren.
Cast size: 2M.
“Has subtle depth as a meditation on drug culture… The character of Darren is a demon for our times.” The Scotsman
“Exudes the same sort of self-assurance as Gregory Burke’s debut,
Gagarin Way… You can see real talent at work here.” Metro
“As tight as a short drama set in a toilet cubicle should be…A curiously compelling little play… A script riddled with priceless back-alley gems.” The Herald
“It’s exciting, totally absorbing theatre.” City Life, Manchester
A sharp look at Scottish nationality at home and abroad. Set in the sort of bar you wouldn’t take tourists to, in an unspecified Balkan country, Turbo Folk earned Bissett a nomination for Best New Play at the 2010 Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS).
Cast size: 3M.
“Tells its story with pace and economy and delivers a real and frightening dramatic punch… The games Bissett plays with language are dazzling.” The Scotsman