Theatre shows made for non-theatre spaces.
Watching the world for a day.
Inspired by teach-yourself-to-dance floor mats, The Steps Series invites audiences to perform the show themselves. Performance instructions are printed out as vinyl footsteps, handprints, ‘objectprints’ and script fragments and applied […]
An Iron Age fort is reoccupied by visitors from a post-silicon age. Two worlds overlap on this dramatic location high in the Shropshire Hills. Four strangers from a far future […]
“I’m so small and the world is so big,the problem is so big and I am so small.” The vast area of the Großer Malersaal provided inspiration for this fifteen […]
Twilightofthefreakingods celebrated five glorious years @ A E Harris, the last performance at the venue in its large format. Twilightofthefreakingods was a large scale theatrical experiment that unfolded slowly over […]
Weekender – The Barbican Centre, London3rd & 4th November, 2012 Robot Steps was a small edition of the Steps Series commissioned by The Barbican for their Weekender event Natural Circuits […]
The Public – West Bromwich6 July – 18 September 2011 Having seen previous editions of The Steps Series in the Midlands the curation team at The Public commissioned a version […]
Dance Base, Edinburgh25 – 29 August 2009 It is Scotland, an international conference, possibly a peace conference, is taking place just beneath the famous castle. Media interest is high, delegates […]
Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry28th May – 26 June 2009 It turns out that rather than being a renowned centre for academia, the University of Warwick’s main campus is the Headquarters […]
The Informal European Theatre Meeting came to Birmingham in 2003. We were excited to be hosting this roving gathering of the contient’s theatre makers. We were keen to help as […]
Broadway Hertz was commissioned by Radiatorfor the Broadway Cinema in Nottingham. The initial idea was to use the building’s plumbing to ‘broadcast’ sound around the building, but the plumbing systemdid […]
Framed was commissioned by Croydon Clocktower for November 2002. The idea was to reimagine the Clocktower as a series of film sets and to use its visitors as extras, body […]
For two days in July 2002 a new station appeared on the Metro Line in West Bromwichbetween Wednesbury and Wednesbury Parkway. Earth North Central was marked on all the maps […]
WORK, LOVE, GROOVE The title is lifted from an obituary in The Independent,long before the show was concieved of. Jean-Bedel Bokassa crowned himself Emperor of the Central African Republic in […]
There were two versions of Canute the King. The first was performed for three nights around, on and under water at the beautiful Edwardian swimming baths on Moseley Road, Birmingham […]