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‘Considering its track record in collaborative and interdisciplinary work, its international status, and its reputation for innovative practice […] Suspect Culture has been and remains one of our most innovative arts companies and as such it is among our most precious.’ Trish Reid

Suspect Culture was one of the UK’s leading experimental theatre companies between 1993 and 2009. Over the course of its 16-year history the company, based in Glasgow, worked with some of the most respected artists and organizations in the UK and internationally, and is seen to have made a significant contribution to the British theatre scene of the 1990s and 2000s. Described by Scotland on Sunday as Scottish theatre’s major creative powerhouse and by The Times as the most adventurous, most in-tune-with-the-times theatre company in Britain, Suspect Culture have had a quietly decisive impact on British theatre.

The Suspect Culture Book offers a comprehensive survey of the company’s history and ideas and features contributions from its most important artists and critics. Edited by Artistic Director Graham Eatough and playwright/academic Dan Rebellato and lavishly illustrated throughout, the book offers multiple international perspectives on Suspect Culture alongside previously-unpublished playtexts of three of its most celebrated shows, Timeless, Mainstream and Lament (all created by the company with text by David Greig).

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