Untitled Projects Reconstructs
Paul Bright's Confessions of a Justified Sinner
In a co-production with the National Theatre of Scotland and Tramway.
In 1987 Paul Bright, a radical young Scottish director, set out to stage James Hogg’s Confessions of Justified Sinner in a series of events in unusual locations across Scotland.
Untitled Projects have been working with the actor George Anton to assemble an archive of these landmark productions.
We've found amazing original film footage, and recreated some of our own. We've interviewed those involved in making the work and those who saw it. They’ve given us old photographs, some anecdotes and some secrets...
In 2013 we share this material in live performance and exhibition that celebrate the work of an unsung hero of Scottish theatre.
Stewart Laing’s Untitled Projects previously produced Slope at Tramway and, more recently, the hugely successful The Salon Project.