This relatively quiet year saw our most recent show (The Capital) go on a short tour and the revival of a show made more than twenty years ago (It’s Your Film).
Each year we help Year 8 at Saltley Academy stage twin productions of a play by Shakespeare on the site of his house in Stratford-Upon-Avon. This year it is Romeo and Juliet.
An improvised walkabout performance (unless they’re sat down) in which two sports commentators describe everyday life in too much detail. Catch them live in person or streamed live online.
This poem / spy challenge was written for a publication that asked for the ‘religious content’ to be taken out, we refused and they exercised their right not to publish […]
It was an honour to be asked to speak at Alan’s funeral. I attempted to speak for those of us who knew him from the Birmingham and theatre sides of […]
Having delivering the Vice-Chancellor’s distinguished lecture at the University of Warwick Alan Rivett has retired from his position as Director of Warwick Arts Centre. He held this position for seventeen […]
The theatre has turned itself inside out, but it is still theatre. And beautiful theatre too. An act of Victorian illusion, a fairground ride, a peep show, a piece of […]
Dream Big Festival, Drill Hall, Adelaide22 – 31 May, 2019 Adelaide 2019 This was Of All The People In All The World‘s third visit to the beautiful city of Adelaide […]
European Forum Alpbach17 – 30 July 2019 We were very excited to be invited to present Of All The People In All The World as part of the arts and […]
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts25 – 27 November 2019 Brighton It was great to be back in this venue. We performed here in the early 2000s, when it was […]
Chipping Norton Arts Festival5 October 2019 Chipping Norton We were very happy to be invited to be part of the first Chipping Norton Arts Festival which brought together local and […]
Grow Festival – Corby25 – 27 July 2019 We were very happy to be part of the 2019 Grow Festival in Corby, a weekend of outdoor arts this year themed […]
“…a masterclass in composition and flow.” The Stage Watch, as if from the window of a bus, as the big city glides by. See lives converge and diverge as rich […]