Reading something that Maddy Costa wrote about her kids asking if spaces where they’d seen shows at BAC were ok really stayed with me over the last few days since the horrible news about the fire engulfing much of building came to my attention courtesy of Twitter late afternoon on Friday. I was also […]
The Mist in the Mirror previews in less than a week’s time at Oldham Coliseum and the re-staging of The Zero Hour opens in Batumi, Georgia in less than two week’s time so we’ve hit the ground, what we’ve seen of it anyway, of 2015 running! Which is, of course, a great way […]
Where does the time go we ask you? It’s April so soon, In May has been and gone already at The Tramway and TOM in Brighton and my goodness me but if The Life and Times of Mitchell & Kenyon doesn’t open at The Dukes in less than a fortnight. It’s all coming together and it’s all go! […]
A quick post to update any passers by on the ever expanding pursuits of imitating the dog. After a fairly busy 2013 with two shows touring the UK and a trip out to Georgia we’re starting to get out teeth into some work for the year ahead. We’ll be kicking things off with two outings […]
After a very enjoyable but pretty intense few weeks with The Zero Hour at the British Council Showcase in Edinburgh and making Seabreeze in Morecambe with Raisin and Willow we’re sitting back for a couple of weeks before the next project begins: Light Up Lancaster. November 1st will see us bringing some large scale projections […]
It’s day 2 of the British Council Showcase and we’re hitting our stride. For anyone coming to see the show here is Pete saying a few things about The Zero Hour for the British Council. A couple of recommendations if you’re in Edinburgh: Bring the Happy by Invisible Flock and Hope & Social Hoke’s Bluff […]
The Zero Hour will be performing at Venue150@EICC at midday from Tuesday 20th Aug until Saturday 24th Aug as part of the British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2013. There is some incredible work programmed from around the UK and we’re delighted to part of that again this year.
We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be returning to the British Council Showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer with our show The Zero Hour. Times and venue are yet to be confirmed but after having a great time there in 2011 with Hotel Methuselah we’re very much looking forward to returning.
We’re working on the visual design for an ‘opera’ to be performed at Live at LICA in Lancaster on 31st May. Here’s a little more about the show: In May, by German writer and producer Frank Alva Buecheler, takes the form of a series of letters from a son to a father. Each has been […]