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WINK opens at Theatre503
Phoebe Eclair-Powell's play WINK premiers in its full length form at Theatre503 this spring.
John is a 27 year old teacher ‘who probably wasn’t allowed to teach at an all girls’ school’ and Mark is his 16 year old ‘Olympic porn watching’ pupil. A normal week in their normal lives – school, eat, TV, sleep, repeat. Except in an age of twisted technology and possible profiles, the life Mark really wants is only a click away… but what happens when that life already belongs to John? By Friday shit really is going to hit the fan. Fuelled by an electrifying mix of music and movement, WINK looks at two lives veering dangerously close to collision, asking us, what separates the man from the boy.
Book tickets for WINK here.
Rosalyn Newbery associate produces VAULT festival
One of London's largest arts festivals, VAULT festival happens in February 2015 in its iconic underground tunnel home in Waterloo. At least ten performances will happen each day of its 30 day run, from international artists to undiscovered newcomers.
Read more about VAULT here.
Jessica Edwards on King Charles III at the Wyndham's Theatre in the West End
Artistic Director Jessica Edwards will assist Rupert Goold on the West End transfer of King Charles III at the Wyndham's Theatre.
A future history play, Mike Bartlett's ‘bracingly provocative and outrageously entertaining new play’ (The Independent) explores the people underneath the crowns, the unwritten rules of our democracy, and the conscience of Britain’s most famous family.
'Play of the year' - The Times, The Guardian, Mail on Sunday, Time Out
King Charles III won the Critics Circle Award for Best New Play 2015.
The Box transfers to Latitude Festival 2014
After a sell-out run at Theatre Delicatessen's Marylebone Gardens, Flipping the Bird's The Box by Phoebe Eclair-Powell will transfer to Latitude Festival in July 2014. Catch us on Friday night in the Faraway Forest...
To read more about Flipping the Bird at Latitude Festival, click here.
Amelia Jane Hankin becomes Trainee Designer at the RSC
Amelia is currently one of two Trainee Designers at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Whilst at the RSC Amelia has art directed several video trailers for productions and has designed a schools production of Henry IV Parts i and ii in the Swan Theatre. She has recently assisted Tom Piper on The Christmas Truce and is currently assisting Stephen Brimson-Lewis on Death of a Salesman, which will open in 2015.
Fionn Cox-Davies in Punchdrunk's The Drowned Man
Fionn Cox-Davies will play the leading role of Marshall in Punchdrunk's latest immersive theatrical experience, The Drowned Man.
✮✮✮✮✮ 'A huge cult hit that will be talked about for years to come' - The Telegraph
✮✮✮✮✮ 'Thrilling. The possibilities for discovery are endless.' - Financial Times
Read more about The Drowned Man here.
Laurence Osborn composes for the London Symphony Orchestra Soundhub
Laurence will compose a new piece for the LSO as part of their Soundhub series. 'Change Ringing' responds to climate change, and is composed for a new instrument, a set of bells cast specially for the piece by Peter Shenai. The bells are cast from bell curves drawn from climate change data throughout the 20th century. To read more about 'Change Ringing', and Laurence and Peter's process, click here.