The play is about the return home to Glasgow of a woman soldier from duty in Afghanistan.
The company also revived Anthony Neilson's Stitching at the Tron in April.
Again directed by Mark Westbrook and featuring Catriona Evans, who also produces, it has newcomer Alix Austin in the lead role of Deb, who is about to begin her second year at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
The production is at the Old Sheriff Court building, Ingram Street, from tonight to Saturday. Starts 8pm.
Music from his back catalogue that Bruce Springsteen refers to as "ones that got away" will be available again for the first time in more than five years at the end of this month.
The four-disc box set, Tracks, originally released in 1998, contains 66 songs that became album out-takes and single B-sides alongside some demos and alternate versions. Many were revived by Springsteen on his recent Wrecking Ball world tour, hence the decision to digitally remix and remaster the collection.
Ranging from his earliest demos for the Columbia label to music from the 1990s, both with and without the E Street Band, it will come with a book of photos, lyrics and complete recording information when it is released on September 30.
The Dobbie Hall, Larbert, which will host BBC Scotland's Take the Floor with Robbie Shepherd and the Gordon Shand Dance Band at the end of the month, has the contrasting attraction of ska revivalists The Beat and Glasgow's A Band Called Quinn this Thursday.
ABCQ, who have most recently been lending their musical and performing talent to theatrical productions, support the current UK incarnation of the 1978 Birmingham group that now exists in two forms on either side of the Atlantic.
Ranking Roger and drummer Everett Morton are the original members in this version of the group that recorded Mirror In The Bathroom, Stand Down Margaret and Hands Off She's Mine. Doors 7pm.
mixed gender foursome Kid Canaveral, once from St Andrews and associated with Fife's Fence Collective, but now based in Edinburgh and signed to the new Lost Map label, have announced their annual Christmas Baubles Event in Portobello Town Hall will be headlined by Edwyn Collins.
The Christmas Baubles event has sold out every year and the presence of the former Orange Juice frontman and his six-piece band is likely to make this year's tickets go all the faster.