We’ve been making work together since late 2009 – here’s a selection of our previous productions and projects.
A play exploring the political system, the realities of being an MP and the story of Joan Ruddock, MP for Lewisham from 1987-2015.
People & Politics Festival
A free festival of talks, workshops, and performances exploring politics and the people of Lewisham.
Work-in-progress performances of a story about best friends, fear, and the science of the end of the world.
Our epic touring production exploration of urban regeneration, gentrification and why we build.
The Exeter Living Library
Bringing to life stories of life in Exeter. Created with Headway Devon, The Bridge and audiences at the Bike Shed Theatre.
Our production exploring physics, memories, and how we tell our life stories.
Our walking story about a journey along St Michael’s Ley Line, England’s myths, and the things we do to cope with grief.
Sister project to Beneath the Albion Sky, producing curtain-raiser performances with groups in Exeter exploring their experiences of walking.
Our story exploring happiness and unseen disability, created for libraries and community spaces.
In 2012 we transformed an empty shop in Walthamstow Village Market into a free performance venue for ten weeks.
Intergenerational project working with schools and older people’s groups to explore the Walthamstow of the the past, present and the future.
Our project for writers, challenging them to create short plays in 48 hours.
In 2010 we transformed an empty unit in Brixton Village Market into a free performance venue, themeing events around Ovid’s Metamorphoses.