A unique theatrical experience, as beautiful as it is moving.★★★★ The Scotsman

Text by Nicholas Bone | Music by Kim Moore
Songs by Kim Moore, Alex Neilson, Jill O'Sullivan, Emily Phillips and Claire Willoughby.

Lost in Music is a gig-theatre show inspired by the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice: the story of a talented musical couple’s journey to hell and back.

It’s a tale about the power of music which has been told and retold for thousands of years; in Lost in Music, it’s told using the voices of young musicians, telling us what music means to them and how it informs their lives, friendships and sense of self.

Lost in Music is performed by a multi-talented ensemble including Robin Campbell, Alex Neilson (Trembling Bells, Alex Rex) and Jill O’Sullivan (Sparrow and the Workshop, Jill Lorean, bdy_prts)

We're lost in music, No turning back.

Age recommendation: 12yrs+

Platform, Easterhouse, Glasgow
Fri 16 September, 1.30pm (preview) and 7pm
Live captioning by Glenda Carson.

Theatre Royal, Dumfries
Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival
Thu 22 September, 7.30pm
Live captioning by Glenda Carson.

Dyke & District Village Hall
Findhorn Bay Festival
Sun 25 September, 7pm

The Byre Theatre, St Andrews
Fri 30 September, 8pm

Cumbernauld Theatre at Lanternhouse
Fri 7 October, 7.30pm
Live captioning by Glenda Carson.


Director Nicholas Bone
Assistant Director Emma Harley
Music Director Jill O'Sullivan
Performers Robin Campbell, Xenia Garden, Alex Neilson and Jill O'Sullivan.
Music Animateur Marie-Gabrielle Koumenda
Designer Karen Tennent
Production Manager Louise Gregory
Stage Manager  Mickey Graham
Sound Engineer Gavin Thomson
Lighting Simon Wilkinson
Video Design Gavin Glover
Technician & Relighter Clive Mitchell 

Lost in Music was first performed at North Edinburgh Arts and Platform, Glasgow in March 2019

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A unique theatrical experience, as beautiful as it is moving.
The Scotsman
Played with exquisite panache by some of Scotland’s most adventurous musicians.
The Herald
A truly excellent self-styled 'gig-theatre' show.

Access Information

Platform, Easterhouse, Glasgow

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There is step free access to every level of the building. Box office can be found at The Bridge reception desk which is of medium height and has a lower level section for wheelchair users. There are induction loops in some parts of the building.

Motorised Scooters and Guide Dogs are welcome, All of our staff are friendly and welcoming and would be happy to help with any questions or requests you might have.


We have five accessible toilets all of which are wide enough for wheelchair users, have step free access and easy turn locks. All toilets on the first floor are gender neutral.


Theatre Royal, Dumfries

As an organisation, we are committed to creating a venue that is accessible to everyone. Please contact us to discuss any access requirements you have and we will strive to ensure that we can create an accessible and welcoming space to enjoy our venue. 

All areas of our venue are accessible by wheelchair except the balcony area in our main auditorium. 

We will also provide a ticket free of charge when you purchase your ticket for your carer. Please email our box office or call for more information and to organise this: box@theatreroyaldumfries.co.uk or call: 01387 254 209

As an organisation, we are committed to learning how we can create a venue and performances that are accessible for all in our community. We would love to hear from you if you think there is anything that we could do to support you, please do not hesitate to get in contact if you have any questions. 

The Byre Theatre, St Andrews

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Physical Access

There is level access to the building at both public entrances to the theatre, either at the main Box Office entrance, off South Street, or the entrance off Abbey Street. Both entrances/exits operate automatic double sliding doors. All levels of the theatre can be accessed by lift. Wheelchair accessible toilets are located in the public foyers on level one and level four.

There are five spaces available for wheelchair users at the rear of the main auditorium. Each of the five wheelchair spaces enjoys unrestricted views of the stage. Please let us know when you book if you require a wheelchair space or if you have additional access requirements.

Autism Aware

Byre staff have undergone Autism Awareness training with Autism Scotland and are working to improve the visitor experience for people with an autistic spectrum condition.

 Assistance dogs

Please let us know when booking your ticket if your dog will be accompanying you or a member of your party so we can suggest the best seat for the comfort of yourself and your dog.

In our Social Spaces, we are happy to offer your dog a bowl of water.

Dementia Friendly

We are a Dementia Friendly venue and work closely with our colleague Dr Maggie Ellis of the School of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of St Andrews, to continually develop this aspect of what we do.

Many of our staff have participated in dementia awareness training and we are also in the process of auditing our signage to make it easier for people to find their way around the building. The Byre is also a venue for special dementia friendly performances and information events.

Alternative formats for visually impaired people. We are working towards making our information as accessible as possible. If you would like a large print PDF of any of our printed information, please email us at byreboxoffice@st-andrews.ac.uk or call the box office on 01334 475 000 during opening hours.

The ABP Auditorium and LL Studio offer a hearing loop system. Please let us know if you need this facility before you book, and we will have a hearing loop pack ready for you. Our systems are also compatible with the ‘T’ setting hearing aid.

Please note that our foyers and social spaces do not offer a hearing loop system. However, events taking place in these spaces are amplified where possible.

The Byre aims to offer everyone an equally warm welcome, which means that we are as accessible as possible at all times. If you have any concerns, comments or questions, please email byreboxoffice@st-andrews.ac.uk or call the box office on 01334 475 000 during opening hours.


Cumbernauld Theatre

The public areas of Lanternhouse are fully accessible for those with limited mobility.  

Facilities include ramps, a lift, adapted toilets and adapted auditorium seating.  

We have traditional, accessible and gender neutral toilets located on the ground floor and first floor.  

Our staff are here to help and happy to do so. Please let us know at the time of booking if you have access requirements. 

Lanternhouse auditorium has 305 seats, all offering great views.  A seating plan is available to view

Guide dogs and hearing dogs are always welcome.


There are 10 wheelchair spaces available in the main auditorium and there are wheelchair spaces available in the Studio Theatre. Please reserve when making your booking. Easily accessible seating can be reserved for audience members who prefer to transfer from a wheelchair to a seat. We have a wheelchair available for visitors’ use.

Creative Team

Alex Neilson is a Glasgow based drummer, singer and songwriter who has toured and  recorded with some of the biggest names in the  international underground. In 2008 he founded psychedelic folk band Trembling Bells, who made six critically acclaimed albums over ten years and toured in the UK, Europe, North and South America. He was shortlisted for a Folk  Award in 2011 as recognition of his development as a songwriter and has been a regular contributor to Wire and Record Collector magazines since 2010.  

Clive Mitchell is a Glasgow-based technician whose recent work includes: technical manager for Scottish Youth Theatre’s Trajectories at Civic House and Phone Call To The World at the CCA; stage manager for Travis Alabanza’s Burgerz; production staff for Independent Arts Project’s Niqabi Ninja at Tramway; technical stage manager for Scottee’s Class. Clive currently works as one of the Theatre Technicians for Glasgow Clyde College’s theatre department.

Emma Lynne Harley is a director and multidisciplinary theatre maker. They are co-director of Siren Theatre Company, who won the award for Best Production at the 2021 Scottish Emerging Theatre Award for TXT ME: Cyber Showcase and Online Protest in collaboration with the Gaiety Theatre. They were an inaugural member of the Royal Lyceum’s L20 emerging artists programme and their play Walking on Eggshells featured in the Lyceum Wonder Festival. Directing credits include their play Sex, Drugs and a Cup of Tea (Edinburgh Fringe), and Assistant Director on Mark Ravenhill’s Angela (Lyceum Soundstage, Pitlochry Theatre, and BBC Radio Four). Supported by a Federation of Scottish Theatre Bursary with funding from Creative Scotland.

Gavin Glover specialises in contemporary puppetry and visual theatre. His recent collaborations include The London Mime Festival and the National Theatre of Scotland. As well as making and directing he runs a number of intensive workshops designed for all performers who want to develop their puppetry skills including Micro Cinema Theatre and Nasty Puppetry. He also co-founded FaultyOptic Theatre of Animation who toured their dark and surreal adult puppet shows around the world for over 20 years.

Gavin Thomson is a musician, composer, and sound designer based in Glasgow. Splitting his time between work in live music and theatre, he has worked with bands such as The Pastels, Camera Obscura and the Pictish Trail, as well as being a member of Glasgow’s Save As Collective and Scottish-French duo RAZA. Recent theatre work includes Blow Off (AJ Taudevin) and This Is Memorial Device (Lyceum).

Karen Tennent lives in Edinburgh and is a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art. Her work as a theatre designer has toured all over the UK and abroad from village halls to Sydney Opera House. Recent designs include; Muster Station(Grid Iron) Field (something for the future now) an outdoor dance performance by Curious seed (Edinburgh and São Paulo). Lots and Not Lots (Greg Sinclair) Rubble a new opera by Johnny McKnight and Gareth Williams for Scottish Opera Young Company, The Children (Dundee Rep). And if not Now...When a film installation by Philip Pinsky and Karen Lamond in the National Museum Edinburgh for COP 26. Christmas Dinner (Lyceum Edinburgh) Karen also designed Our Fathers for Magnetic North.

Kim Moore studied Music at Glasgow University before joining indie pop band Zoey Van Goey. Since then, Kim has collaborated across experimental electronic and contemporary music in projects for dance, theatre, film. She also produces music under the name WOLF. Composition and sound design work for performance includes Faslane by Jenna Watt, Blow Off by AJ Taudevin, Little Red and Tigertale / Tiger for Barrowland Ballet,  Birdbones by Peter Lannon and Ellie Dubois, Mouthpiece for Traverse Theatre and Dolls for National Theatre of Scotland. 

Jill O'Sullivan is a Glasgow-based multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter who writes and performs across the worlds of popular music, theatre and dance. Since releasing three critically-acclaimed albums with her band Sparrow and the Workshop (formed in 2008), O'Sullivan has gone on to collaborate with a multitude of renowned musicians and perform at prestigious music festivals throughout the United Kingdom and Europe. She has lately been a guest DJ on BBC Radio Scotland's Roddy Hart Show and recently released a full-length album under the name Jill Lorean. She also works alongside community-led organisations throughout Scotland to teach and mentor young and aspiring musicians.

Louise Gregory is Technical & Production Manager at An Tobar & Mull Theatre. She also works internationally as a freelance Production & Stage Manager, specializing in small- to mid-scale productions, dance and new writing, queer performance and live art, and unusual and community venues. Production Management credits include These Are Our Neighbours (KRW Projects); GAYBOYS (Craig Manson), And Then Came the Nightjars and 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War (Wonder Fools); The Believers are But Brothers (Javaad Alipoor); salt, Race Cards and The Missy Elliott Project (Selina Thompson); The Department of Distractions and Partus (Third Angel).  Louise works regularly for a number of festivals, including MANIPULATE 2022 (Puppet Animation Scotland); Buzzcut Festival 2021 & 2023; Moving Parts: Newcastle Puppetry Festival 2019, 2021 & 2023; and Newcastle Fringe Festival 2019 & 2021 (Alphabetti Theatre).  She also works as a Sound and Lighting Designer: recent credits include Lighting Design for World’s Evolution (THREE60); Santa Must Die (archipelago arts & Alphabetti Theatre); and Sound and Lighting Design for GAZE (SL Page). She is Lead Artist on NAVIGATE, a programme for early-career Scottish artists from a disadvantaged or marginalized background to develop Covid-safe performances, including across new digital formats. 

Mickey Graham has previously worked with Magnetic North on Sex and God. Mickey has also worked with many Scottish based companies including: Grid Iron, Imaginate, groupworks, Scottish Theatre Producers, Lung Ha, Solar Bear, National Theatre of Scotland, Birds of Paradise, Tortoise in a Nutshell, Hearts & Minds, Janis Claxton Dance, Kai Fischer Productions, Firebrand, Vanishing Point, macrobert, The Tron, NVA, Vox Motus, Dundee Rep, Mull Theatre, Catherine Wheels, Traverse, and Edinburgh International Festival.

Marie-Gabrielle Koumenda is an Edinburgh based French-Cameroonian singer-songwriter performing under the artist name Djana Gabrielle. Before setting out on her musical journey, she studied International Humanitarian Law and specialised in Children’s rights. She subsequently worked for various Children’s rights charities in the UK and abroad (Peru, Cambodia and France) and gained a lot of experience working with and for young people. A few years back she decided to shift her focus to music and since then has been honing her craft on the Scottish music scene. She released her debut EP, recorded in Glasgow, in late 2015 and toured around the UK and Europe to promote it. In 2018, she took on the challenge to write, record and release a brand new song each month, which earned her a "New & Notable" feature on the American music platform Noisetrade. A 2019 Celtic Connections Danny Kyle Stage Winner, and one of the “most note-worthy performances” at the 2019 Kintyre Songwriters' Festival, she hopes to keep on introducing her soulful, soothing and melodious sound to new audiences in Scotland and beyond in the years to come. Lately, she has also been combining her love for music and theatre, and has been commissioned to develop work with the Young Musicians at Lyra to create a narrative gig for their 2022 Bright & Wild Festival. She now focuses her work on songwriting and theatre projects, while playing shows and gearing up for her next release

Morven McLeod is a recent graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She enjoys working in all aspects of theatre and film and likes to create abstract environments that reflect deeper truths. She also has a strong commitment to sustainability which she incorporates into all of her work. She has worked on shows such as Muster Station: Leith (Grid Iron), Hansel and Gretel (BYO), and student films Moving (RCS) and Floored (Napier Screen Academy).

Robin Campbell is an Actor, Singer & Musician based in North Ayrshire, and is a graduate of New College Lanarkshire. Recent Credits include Land (Kick the Door), Thread (Kick the Door), Hamish and Garia (Glasgow Life), Track Vocalist for Orphans (National Theatre of Scotland), A Daurk Maiter (Travers Productions), Battery Park - Workshop (Sleeping Warrior Theatre Company) and Bairns in the Wood (Martin & Martin Theatre Co).

Nicholas Bone is Artistic Director of Magnetic North. Recent productions for Magnetic North include Aberdeen by David Fennessy (Spitalfields Festival and Sound Festival), Erewhon by Arthur Meek and Eva Prowse (Summerhall and Christchurch Arts Festival), Our Fathers by Rob Drummond and Nicholas Bone (Traverse and tour), Some Other Stars by Clare Duffy (Oran Mor and Traverse), A Walk at the Edge of the World by Nicholas Bone, Sans façon and Ian Cameron (national  tour). Work elsewhere includes London Road by Alecky Blythe and Adam Cork (Bristol Old Vic), Denton and Me by Sam Rowe (Arches and Summerhall), Osama the Hero by Dennis Kelly (NIDA, Sydney) and Kora by Tom McGrath (Dundee Rep). 

Simon Wilkinson regularly works with Magnetic North and has previously lit Our Fathers, Kora, Sex and God, Pass The Spoon, Wild Life and After Mary Rose. Other recent theatre work includes Robert Lepage’s The Magic Flute (Quebec City), Vox Motus’s Flight (Edinburgh, New York, Galway & Melbourne), Vanishing Point’s The Dark Carnival and Red Bridge Arts and the Traverse Theatre’s Black Beauty.  Simon has won the Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland for Best Design three times - for Bondagers (2015), Black Beauty (2017) and  Flight (2018).

Xenia Garden is an actor, musician and performer from the Scottish Borders who plays the harp, guitar and trumpet. A 2022 graduate of Mountview's actor-musician course, she played the role of Margaret White in Carrie: The Musical (directed by Ritchard Fitch and Nicholas Chave) whilst in training. Since graduating, she has originated the role of Sam in new piece of writing, Sharps (written and directed by Esalan Gates). She has a passion for storytelling and is delighted to be joining Lost in Music.