Untitled Projects makes ambitious and adventurous theatre on a large scale. We embrace taking risks, and in doing so we surprise and challenge our audience. We continually re-imagine what theatre can be: blending landscape, biography, novel, video, lecture, documentary, installation, interview, fashion, music, science and playwriting. Rooted in Scotland, we pride ourselves in a far-reaching international outlook.

Our work has some common themes driving it. We are interested in contemplating the future, and we work with academics and scientists to imagine how our current obsessions as a society might eventually play out. We also explore cultural history, completely reinventing our source material in the process, so it speaks loudly and clearly to our contemporaries. Our audience is always at the centre of what we do and is often to be seen as an involved presence in our projects.

Each of our projects is imagined individually, with a specific group of exceptional freelance artists and practitioners coming together to collaborate. We devise our work over a long period of time.

Stewart Laing, Artistic Director

The archive of our work is now housed at the Scottish Theatre Archive, Special Collections, Glasgow University Library, where is it is available freely for researchers, students and members of the public to view. The archive includes scripts, research material, photographs, videos, sound recordings and marketing material as well as the models for several productions. For more details please contact the archive directly.

From 2010 – 2014, Untitled Projects was supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Breakthrough Fund. The awards were granted to provide the company with continuity and stability, to increase our profile at home and abroad, and to extend our practice to include work of younger artists.