COMPANY HISTORY





Formed in 2015 by LIPA graduates, we are young theatre company committed to delivering great storytelling.


Our first project was producing a UK tour of Stephen MacDonald’s First World War drama ‘Not About Heroes’, which toured in July 2016 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme and was in support of the Royal British Legion.


Since then, we have produced various fringe theatre productions and host an annual play festival in the heart of London's West End called ‘Six Plays One Day’ at the Tristan Bates. From this festival, some of our plays have been developed for longer runs elsewhere, like our 2020 production of ‘Am I Happy Yet’ at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, which received an OffComm Commendation from OffWestEnd.


Our critically acclaimed one-man show ‘Dog/Actor’ was due to tour the UK in the summer of 2020, after successful runs in Watford, London and Dubai in 2019. The tour is currently being rescheduled to the summer of 2022 instead, where it will feature as part of the Bath Fringe, Camden Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe.


Since the 2020 pandemic hit, we decided to go digital and have created live digital theatre shows, specifically made for an at-home audience.


Our production of Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Black Cat’ was created at the Space as an online, ‘promenade theatre’ event. ‘The Black Cat’ was awarded an OnComm Award for 'Best Livestream Production' at the OffWestEnd Awards and was the best-selling show of the Space’s Spring Season.


The Watford Palace Theatre commissioned an R&D week to develop our online work, which took place in September 2021.


‘One Man Poe’ was a quadruple-bill of Edgar Allan Poe stories, performed in October 2021 at the Watford Palace Theatre (Watford Fringe Festival), The Space (London Horror Festival) and the Southwark Playhouse for a special one-off Halloween show. The show received and OffComm Award from OffWestEnd.com and we are in the early stages of planning a run in New York City and at the International Edgar Allan Poe Awards in Baltimore.