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This January, our hit show Not The Messiah is playing at Theatre503 – one of London’s top new writing theatres – followed by a quick tour to Derby and Belfast. It is a nice coincidence that this comes just after the announcement that the remaining living members of Monty Python are reuniting. Here, Tom takes […]
The following article was published on the Chortle website on 11th October 2013, in the run up to our production of Not The Messiah in London 22-26 October. In 1972, during an impromptu TV appearance with jazz singer George Melly, Monty Python star Graham Chapman, rather drunkenly, came out publicly as the first gay comedian […]
Not The Messiah opens in London on Tuesday 22nd October and will run at the Leicester Square Theatre until the 26th. Just five chances to see it in London. Although we’re working on other dates across the country if you can’t make it there. Here’s some news and links as we run up to the […]
The continuation of an essay on the future of theatre… This is one of [intlink id=”41″ type=”category”]a series of blog posts[/intlink] about interactive theatre and theory behind our work in this field. A large amount of theatre about today, though highly impressive, enjoyable and successful, does not embrace, does not exploit this unique element – […]
An essay on the future of theatre… This is one of [intlink id=”41″ type=”category”]a series of blog posts[/intlink] about interactive theatre and theory behind our work in this field. Despite the rise of television and film – so proficient in producing artistically complex drama and comedy and delivering it to people – predictions of the […]