Past Productions and Events

Fear & Desire @ The Canons’ Gait (2019)

On the 24th May 2019, Moon Fly presented an evening of six ten minute plays, written by six different writers. All performed script-in hand after a same day rehearsal.

SMOKE by Jennifer Adam

BALLOONS by Cameron Forbes

COMMON APPOINTMENT by Sean Dennis Langtree

BONES by Hayley Scott



Directed by Nikki Kalkman & Amy McKenzie

Cast: Chris Allan, Lucy Goldie, Linda Duncan McLaughlin, Sean Langtree, Madeleine McGirk

Moon Fly Readings @ The Traverse (2019)

On 26th January 2019, Moon Fly Theatre presented an evening of one-act plays and sketches. Writers Cameron Forbes and Sean Dennis Langtree showcased brand new works in informal script-in-hand readings in front of an audience of more than 100 in the Traverse Bar Cafe.

Frederick George Rosie by Sean Dennis Langtree

Directed by Sofia Nakou

Cast: Mhairi McCall, Cameron McGarva, Sarah Miele

It Never Ends by Cameron Forbes

Directed by Emily Ingram

Cast: Sean Dennis Langtree, Mhairi McCall, Sarah Miele

If They Call It Night by Cameron Forbes

Directed by Jack Elliot

Cast: Emma Lynne Harley, Colin Macdonell

Fast Train Approaching by Sean Dennis Langtree

Directed by Isla Cowan

Cast: Joe Johnson, Ewa Malicka, Vivien Reid

A Face That Fits (2015)

Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Written by Sean Dennis Langtree

Directed by Martin Haddow


Boy: Mark McMinn

Man: Vincent Maguire

Venue: theSpace@Surgeons Hall

Three Weeks: 4 stars

Broadway Baby: 3 stars


Lights. A young man is sitting alone on a park bench. Enter stranger who requests to draw him. Intrigued, the young man agrees. A Face That Fits is a coming of age story that deals with the clashes of two different generations. Written by Sean Dennis Langtree, a play by Moon Fly Theatre Company making its world premiere at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

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Rehearsed Reading

On the 8th April 2015 ‘A Face That Fits’ had a rehearsed reading at the Arches in Glasgow.

Below are some production shots from the reading (click to view):

The ‘Boy’ was played by Alan MacKenzie and the ‘Man’ by David Gallacher.

Photography by Christopher George Reynolds

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