Macbeth Shakespeare's Globe, (forthcoming)
The Political History of Smack and Crack UK Tour: Bristol Old Vic, Birmingham Rep, Tron, Marlowe Canterbury, Newcastle Live Earthquakes in London by Mike Bartlett Bristol old Vic studio, for Bristol old vic theatre school Citz Writes Cardboard Citzens
5 short plays developed in collaboration with Theatre503
By Katrin Lange
Unicorn Theatre, mainstage TWELFTH NIGHT
Royal Shakespeare Company and Guangzhou Dramatic Arts Centre, China RUBY FRANCIS’ NUBIAN SONGS Short documentary, about old people’s day centre Nubian Life
In Association with the Bush Theatre
Bought by Little Dot Studio,
As seen on BBC TV lunchtime and evening news
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK
by Ed Edwards
Manchester Home, Paines Plough's Roundabout, Soho Theatre, The Mustard Tree homeless refuge and Thameside Prison
Co-commissioned with Soho Theatre
Nominated for Best New Play and Best Director Offies'
Winner of Lustrum Award (Best Show at Summerhall)
THE WORDS ARE COMING NOW
Short plays by:
Contrary responses to the #metoo movement, and post show discussions
By Chris Bush and Richard Bean
by Adam Peck
Batumi State Theatre, Georgia
A co-production between the British Council and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Adjara Autonomous Republic
ALMOST, BUT NOT QUITE
by Somalia Seaton
A play about becoming a man with teenagers from Harlesdon
Part of short play collection
World Premieres by writers Caryl Churchill, Hasan Abdulrazzak
Contrary responses to the inauguration of Donald Trump.
World Premieres by writers Caryl Churchill, Hasan Abdulrazzak, Lily Bevan, Helen Banner, Tearrance Chisholm, Kokil Issac, Lorna French, Neil LaBute, Amanda Lane,Ryan Watson, Roy Williams.
Edited and Devised by Offstage
A verbatim sequel to Offstage's HOME a decade later
Nominated for two Offies, Best Production and Best Acting Ensemble.
Winner of the Kevin Spacey Award - UK Artist of Choice -
WALKING THE TIGHTROPE:
THE TENSION BETWEEN ART AND POLITICS
Short play collection
Contrary responses to censorship and boycott.
World Premieres by Caryl Churchill, April De Angelis, Sarah Solemani, Mark Ravenhill, Evan Placey, Ryan Craig, Julia Pascal, Neil LaBute, Omar El-Khairy, Timberlake Wertenbaker
Subsequent transfer to House of Commons, and then Edinburgh, 2015 co-production with Underbelly Productions
Nominated for Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award, Carol Tambor Award
ACCIDENTAL BRUMMIE Birmingham Rep SCREENS
By Stephen Loughton
Theatre 503 FOOD by Steve Rodgers Finborough Theatre THE TEMPEST
Royal Shakespeare Company
Roy Bowen Theatre, Ohio, USA
MACBETH Watermill Theatre CAUGHT by Christopher Chen Arcola Theatre
AMPHIBIANS by Steve Waters Bridewell Theatre/Bridewell pool - UK Premiere
A play about being a former Olympic swimmer in a derelict Victorian swimming pool.
SPINE by Clara Brennan Theatre Row, 42nd Street, New York
LOVE & INFORMATION
By Caryl Churchill
Bristol Old Vic Theatre Drama School ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
Novello Theatre in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company
Promenade around the West End Theatre as if David Tennant’s Hamlet was going on, onstage.
DYING FOR IT
By Moira Buffini
Royal Theatre, Royal and Derngate DRAWING PLAY
Devised by Offstage company
A play where the audience draw as well as watch – their pictures influencing the action of the play.
Devised by Offstage company
A traveling boat play along the Thames based on interviews with watermen along the river (“the last community of the Thames”)
Offstage, RADA and Livett Launches, staged on Queen Elizabeth pleasure boat.
THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA Rose Bruford PHAEDRE
A radical reinterpretation adapted for the local Craigmillar community and their politics.
A promenade play that took place around the ruins of Craigmillar Castle in Edinburgh at sunset
Shortlisted for the Three Weeks Editor’s Award.
By Gbolahan Obisesan
Based on interviews with former resident of the doomed Beaumont Towers.
St Catherine's Tower, Beaumont Estate, London
Trinity Buoy Wharf
Promenade, with CSSD students and Punchdrunk