Portrait of a Medieval Warrior

De Monfort


Joanna Ballie

After fleeing in shame from a lost duel, De Monfort comes face to face with the man who spared his life. Overwhelmed by the lifelong grudge he holds, he tries in vain to follow the advice of his friends and beloved sister. Is his rival truly working against him or is he lashing out at shadows? As vengeance and envy take hold, friendship cracks and schemes push towards uncertainty and bloodshed.


Bessie Dunlop Witch of Dalry


John Hodgart

Based on the true story of an ordinary woman who lives in 16th century Scotland.  Bessie Dunlop explores the prejudice, victimisation and hysteria which accompanied the first witchhunt in Scottish history.


Image by Jakob Owens



Tom Williams

Based on a true story of a company of British soldiers encounter a dried-out river bed and under every step, the possibility of an anti-personnel mine; a mine that could cost you your leg - or your life.


Late Night Fish


Liam Alexandru

Tony and Michael are in the 'construction business'. They’ve been asked to dispose of a large 'package' in a nearby lake with no questions asked...


Image by Adam Marikar

Men Should Weep 


Ena Lamont Stewart

Set in 1930's depression, Glasgow. We meet the Morrison family with the portrayal of life in Glasgow's slums as they face poverty, unlike any other Scotland, has faced


Where did all the flowers come from?


Gordon MacLeod

After a year has passed since the death of their mother, Rhona, Vicky and Mary find out that a weekly delivery of flowers is left at the grave.  With only a Latin message and a date being their only clue from the sender.


Casting Policy

The Grey Hill seeks to employ the very best talent for the roles that we advertise.  We are committed to support the artists that we work with and engage a diverse and inclusive cast that promotes the producing values that we want to share with our audiences.  Our ambition is to achieve greater diversity in gender, race, disability, gender, sexuality, social-economic background, faith, and age.


We believe in including artists from diverse backgrounds and cultures.  Where a role is culturally specific, we are committed to first casting a performer from that culture.  We consider artists from diverse backgrounds for every role, not just the specific personal characteristics in mind.  We will cast without prejudice against the background and path followed into the industry.​  The Grey Hill will ask you to complete an anonymous diversity monitoring form to monitor our progress.


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