Be//longing was a theatre commission from University of Manchester Migration Lab, working with Sundae PR and Hope Mill Theatre, to showcase the research of the Migration Lab. Exploring all aspects of migration, in an immersive, installation and theatrical performance.
Marking our two year anniversary in the Manchester venue where we started, the evening was a celebration of protest and resistance with 10 pieces of new writing, tackling some of the big social and political issues of our day.
A mash-up of previous shows, part of the RADA festival in London, this show explored the political highlights (and lowlights) of the previous year with script in hand pieces of new writing.
A high concept theatrical experience designed to start a conversation around borders, art, reportage, reliability, bias and prejudice, as part of CoLab festival.
Ten writers give their verdict on the result of the General Election 2017, in the space of a weekend. Political new writing at its most rapid.
A multi-disciplinary response to the subject of consent, with a piece of new writing by Rebekah Harrison.
A selection of new script-in-hand performances on the politics of the body. From gender, identity, sexuality and sexual health to ableism, fat shaming & reproductive rights.
An evening of creative responses to the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America.
An audio installation in a tent, exploring birth in refugee camps, commissioned as part of the B!rth Festival at the Royal Exchange.
An immersive piece, in a disused office block, exploring the bureaucracy surrounding the refugee crisis.
Taking political theatre to a festival, a mash-up of our new writing work so far - looking at some of the key issues in, what has been for many, a year of political awakening and re-awakening.
We took a script in hand, rapid response event to Edinburgh for one performance only, as part of the Edinburgh Fringe.
A rapid response event where the work of over 30 writers was performed at the Royal Exchange Theatre, bringing together communities after Brexit result.
An evening of ten brand new six-minute script-in-hand performances, written as a response to the inevitable impact of the March 2016 budget.
Ten brand new six-minute script-in-hand performances, inspired by a summer of hope.