DryWrite is a new writing theatre company that challenges writers to work with specific briefs and goals to actively engage audiences with argument and action. They have worked with over one hundred British playwrights over the last five years and enjoyed a year’s residency at the Bush Theatre. In all their work they endeavour to raise questions about modern theatre and the way we live now. They have recently staged the highly acclaimed Mydidae at London’s Soho Theatre and Trafalgar Studios.
Founded in 2009, Undeb is a Welsh new writing theatre company committed to establishing strong relationships between Welsh artists and the rest of the world. They are dedicated to extraordinary storytelling that focuses on the event, the audience, the experience. Above all, they seek to produce innovative, ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ theatre by commissioning new and established writers that excite them
Look Left Look Right is a site-specific, interactive and documentary theatre company making vivid, dynamic and engaging theatre inspired by and about the contemporary world, with two Fringe First Awards and a Total Theatre Award for Innovation and Experimentation.
SEArED is the creation of London-based actor Alex Waldmann (National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, Almeida, Cheek by Jowl, BBC). Founded in 2010, SEArED is an independent theatre production company dedicated to the development and facilitation of work that is provocative, politically conscious, and, above all, entertaining. SEArED seeks to bring brand new, original writing to life and resurrect neglected classics; to work in partnership alongside established organisations whilst forging unexpected links with talent from across the arts.
ANTLER was born from a shared urge to create. They are actors, devisers, writers, musicians and directors.They like stories.They love the surreal. The fantastical. But mostly the honest.They want to create music that’s inspired by the music they love. They like simplicity. They like to play. ANTLER was co-founded by Daniela Pasquini, Richard Perryman, Nasi Voutsas and Jasmine Woodcock-Stewart. Working together for 3 years under the mentorship of Uri Roodner and East 15’s Contemporary Course they most recently staged their show ‘Where The White Stops’ at the .
Flipping The Bird are a new theatre company, specialising in immersive theatre, new writing, and new adaptations. They create a wide variety of work from innovative, site specific pieces to plays in theatres. Flipping the bird make work that is irreverent with texts, and uses movement, media and live music. For the company, it is always most important to tell a story. The company’s name derives from the obsolete theatrical slang to ‘hiss the villain’ when he comes onstage. It also means to give someone the finger, a modern version of irreverence.
We Were Here < is a theatre company in flux; progressing, learning, evolving, constantly in motion. We Were Here < is Natalie Ibu and a family of Associate Artists.
We are devoted to telling stories – from large sweeping plot driven epics to intimate tales of ordinary people and everyday occurrences. The potential of the theatrical experience is our stimulus; We Were Here < is open to, and not limited by, the possibilities of free play, text, site, sound, and story.
Working as an ensemble, through collaboration and the marrying of art forms, We Were Here < asks – but doesn’t resolve – what theatre should be; what it should taste, sound, look and feel like. Through innovative collaboration, We Were Here < aims to assert itself as a company of engaging and exciting theatre makers.