Winners of the Innovation Award at VAULT Festival 2018 (Rubber)
Up next is our International Premiere of Tom Powell’s
at The Hope Theatre, 19th Feb – 9th Mar 2019
We just finished our co-production of the London debut of Billie Collins’ Spiders at the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of the 2018 Camden Fringe! The ☆☆☆☆☆ production was received amazingly and raised money for the homeless prevention charity, Crisis.
In April 2018 we produced the very first Barons Court Theatre Festival which saw: Dave Joke of the Fringe winner Ken Cheng present his BBC Radio 4 material; a brilliant first performance of Tiwalade Olulode’s Rush before going on to a week’s run at The Space Theatre; the Edinburgh preview of Speechless, a speechless sketch comedy show from Cambridge Footlight regulars; a revival of Tim Price’s Protest Song, performed by Jack Tivey, produced by The Florence Theatre Company.
We were lucky enough to general manage the London Student Drama Festival’s first ever West End Finals. Thanks to the generosity of Nica Burns and Nimax Theatres, the LSDF presented the 6th year of their new writing competition at the Duchess Theatre!
From Jan – Mar 2018 we produced a revival of our very own RUBBER – Vault Festival 2018 which won the Innovation Award after its 8 week run, performing a staggering 120 times and was quoted as “the best fringe idea ever”!
In Autumn 2017 we produced RICHARD III at the Barons Court Theatre which recalled the eponymous tale in 1960s East London, with the title character split in two, echoing the Kray twins.
We have been busy developing our educational outreach programmes, delivering workshops to schools and universities on a range of topics, from physical theatre and Shakespeare to producing.
“The workshops enabled our students to collaborate on writing and performance skills whilst also being exposed to the key themes in each of the Shakespeare plays necessary for assessments” – Emma Harwood, Head of English – The Totteridge Academy
Formed in 2015, we enjoy working across all forms of theatre with absolutely everyone – feel free to get in touch with us about ideas you may have or any questions about upcoming or previous productions!