Articles by PA

An actor walks alone in an empty theatre.

The World of the Monologue

Kal recently attended another amazing workshop at the Actors Centre, called ‘The World of the Monologue’ led by Chris New. The day-long workshop addressed the challenges in bringing a monologue to the stage, creating drama…


The production crew of The Scribbler looking at footage.

The Scribbler wins Award

Short film The Scribbler by final year students of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has won the Student Award from the Royal Television Society Scotland (RTS Scotland). “The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland students, Kurosh Kani,…


A toilet cubicle with black and white ceramic tiles.

The Ching Room

The Ching Room is Alan Bissett‘s compelling debut play, set entirely in a nightclub toilet. Presented by Theatre Revolution, Rory realises he is out of his depth once he becomes trapped by the terrifying and…


Scene from 'Billy' with Kal Sabir.

Billy

Billy is a low-budget horror short film about the consequences of selfish attitudes. Written and directed by Martin Smith, it follows the story of Kamal, a professional actor struggling to find the right opportunities to…


Promotional image of a UN Lawyer for Horizontal Collaboration | Copyright Minttu Mäntynen.

Horizontal Collaboration

Kal performed at the Traverse Theatre during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014, Horizontal Collaboration was a live drama involving four United Nations lawyers whom were brought in at short notice to read texts in a…


A classroom scene from The Scribbler, directed by Kurosh Kani.

The Scribbler

The Scribbler is a short film produced by final year students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. It tells the story of lonely school boy Eric, who finds love and comfort in vandalised words on…


The undead Chorus in Antigone.

Antigone

Both eternal and timely, ancient and modern, the 2500-year-old Antigone is about the very same political and ethical struggles we face in the world right now. Mark Coleman’s bold new production sets Sophocles’ tragedy in…