★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ The Stage
★★★★ Exeunt

A funny, dark and touching show by Roundhouse Associate Artist Scottee, directed by Chris Goode. The Total Theatre Award-winner and Edinburgh Festival hit returns for a strictly limited run.

Everyone has done stuff they regret, but most of us bury it deep. Last year, Scottee hired a psychotherapist and a filmmaker to dig up his past as the basis for a new show. The result is a funny, dark and touching production where Scottee dares to bear all as he encounters past flames, ex-friends and people who no longer like him, in attempt to find out where he went wrong…

Post Show Talk

Thursday’s show will be followed by a special post show event that will see performance artist Bryony Kimmings in conversation with Scottee, talking about making autobiographical work and the wider implications of this work. Read more



Recklessly brave and devastating solo show in which Scottee looks back over his life from the age of 10 to 18.

The Guardian

The most impressive, affecting and unsettling productions I‘ve seen this year.

Time Out

Brave, heartfelt and full of integrity.

The Scotsman

This showman walks the fine line between vulnerability and charisma. It’s a potent and compelling combination.

The Stage


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    Bryony Kimmings will join The Worst of Scottee star to talk about the implications of making autobiographical theatre.

  • Your Reaction: The Worst of Scottee

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    “For the love of god, go!” – Our audiences tell us why you mustn’t miss The Worst of Scottee.

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    Edinburgh Festival hit and Total Theatre Award-winner The Worst of Scottee returns to the Roundhouse for a limited run in November after making a huge splash earlier this year. With the help of a psychotherapist and a filmmaker, Roundhouse Associate Artist, Scottee faces up to past flames, ex-fr…