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Based in the East Midlands, we strive to make art that is diverse and will spark conversation. Through adaptations that reframe traditional literature and original productions that experiment with poetry, drama and visual media, we aim to create theatre that is unique and challenges our audiences.

We are dedicated to making sustainable and accessible productions that promote diversity and inclusivity. In light of Covid-19 we are focusing on livestream theatre and visual media, but hope to return to live theatre in the future.

Now & Next

Gethsemane by Chiara Chrompton

“I dreamt I was in the garden again… again.”

In the Garden of Gethsemane Judas betrayed Jesus with his kiss. In the bed of two young lovers, this narrative of shame and betrayal plays on. This piece explores where betrayal lies as the two navigate a relationship tainted by fear and external judgement and watches on and as the garden closes in around them.

Part of Our Worlds

‘Our Worlds’ seeks to comment on our reality past, present, and future. Each production is different in it’s focus but they all examine human nature with a new lens.

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Previous Shows

Earth by Tara Anegada

EARTH is a grounding force but also draining,

it weighs you down with guilt’s gravity.

The narrator’s response is one of numbness.

Part of Elements

‘Elements’ is a series of monologues that explore different reactions to the loss of a friend. The series grounds emotional responses in the physicality of different elements and combines poetic form with drama.

Available now on YouTube

Air by Tara Anegada

AIR is a chaotic force that sweeps reason aside,

it lifts you up with memory’s oblivion.

The narrator’s response is one of denial.

Part of Elements

‘Elements’ is a series of monologues that explore different reactions to the loss of a friend. The series grounds emotional responses in the physicality of different elements and combines poetic form with drama.

Available now on YouTube

Water by Tara Anegada

WATER is a vengeful force that lashes out,

it cleanses you with righteous focus.

The narrator’s response is one of rage.

Part of Elements

‘Elements’ is a series of monologues that explore different reactions to the loss of a friend. The series grounds emotional responses in the physicality of different elements and combines poetic form with drama.

Available now on YouTube

Fire by Tara Anegada

FIRE is a loving force of acceptance,

it treasures mourning with heartbreak’s awe.

The narrator’s response is one of peace.

Part of Elements

‘Elements’ is a series of monologues that explore different reactions to the loss of a friend. The series grounds emotional responses in the physicality of different elements and combines poetic form with drama.

Available now on YouTube

Mercutio's Romeo and Juliet by Tara Anegada

“I’ve grown up with him, with Romeo. He’s been my best friend for as long as I can remember. His eyes are the first memory I have.”

There are two sides to every love story; ‘Mercutio’ explores Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ from the perspectives of Mercutio and Juliet, as an unlikely friendship blossoms between the pair.

In this original piece, what lies beneath the surface is just as compelling as the glossy facade of Shakespeare’s most famous doomed lovers.

Part of The Shakespeare Project

‘The Shakespeare Project’ is a theatre collection based off of the works of William Shakespeare. Each production interprets a classic through the eyes of a traditionally supporting character and gives an alternative reading of Shakespeare’s narrative.

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Poppies by Tara Anegada

“She is a colour, committed to the graveyard of my great loves.

Full.

Like a swelling fruit.

Ripe. Sweet. Overflowing with what once was.”

‘Poppies’ explores the psyche of a woman traumatised by the loss of her childhood friend. Estranged by their differing perceptions, The Speaker and The Listener struggle to reconcile with their past and understand the truth of their actions. ‘Poppies’ combines film projection and performative poetry to create mixed media theatre production.

Part of Under the Rainbow

Inspired by the colours of the rainbow and associated emotions, ‘Under the Rainbow’ examines the human condition and the world we exist in through the lens of synesthesia.

Available now on YouTube