Preparations are underway for the premiere of Tom Lodge’s Like You Hate Me – and these sneak-peek rehearsal shots are making us wonder whether the set is going to be very limited indeed… or if these are women with a shared no-furniture fetish! Don’t worry: the audience at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre definitely get seats. Time to get booking!
Fight or Flight Productions, one of the recently appointed associate companies at the relaunched Lion & Unicorn Theatre, brings its new writing debut, Tom Lodge’s Like You Hate Me to the north London venue next month.
How can a 60-seat black box studio above a pub stand out amongst nearly 100 Off-West End and fringe theatres in London? THIS is how. There was palpable excitement in the room on last night at Proforca Theatre Company’s industry relaunch of the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, with a very warm reciprocal embrace for the company’s […]
As part of her ongoing event series, on Tuesday 12 March 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will be at the opening of the relaunched Lion & Unicorn Theatre to quiz the team of theatremakers about their exciting plans. Got any questions?
Just a few more chances to see Proforça Theatre Feel and spin-off monologues Feel More at The Space. And the reviews, including from our Mate Marika Visser, say you definitely should. We’ve rounded up review highlights below! Good news too: more chances to see this thrilling new writing beyond this weekend…
James Lewis’ four-hander Feel, staged by Proforca Theatre and helmed by the company’s artistic director David Brady, is definitely worth seeing. From the moment the play begins with the soundscape of the London Underground, it feels contemporary and easily accessible.
How has a piece for four actors expanded into a universe of new writing and performing opportunities? We catch up with Proforça Theatre Company artistic director David Brady as he prepares to bring his “All the Feels” season – comprising Feel and spin-off monologues Feel More and Beyond Feel – to The Space ahead of a short tour and transfer to the company’s brand-new home at the relaunched Lion & Unicorn Theatre. Time to get booking – and submitting!
What does it mean to be a Londoner? How has the city inspired a unique collaboration between writers and actors under the guidance of Proforça Theatre Company? In a series of top tweets, #TeamFeel explain why you should join them for their #AllTheFeels season at The Space in February. Time to get booking!
Proforca Theatre Company will soon have a permanent home of its own. It takes over Lion & Unicorn Theatre in March.
How can you feel alone in a city of more than eight million people? Is there ever a right time to say what you really feel? London feels like a fifth character in these stunning video trailers for Proforça Theatre Company new run of James Lewis’ four-hander FEEL. Watch – and then get booking!
How many writers and actors will it take to make you to FEEL… and then Feel More again? Proforça Theatre Company has pulled together a sensational line-up for its expanded “All the Feels” season at east London’s The Space next month. Time to get booking!
Proforça Theatre Company reprises its critically acclaimed play FEEL in a new, expanded “All the Feels” season at east London’s The Space in February ahead of a UK tour later in 2019. Time to get booking!
What happens when you merge Oscar Wilde’s poetry and new writing as an immersive theatre piece? Proforca Theatre’ new adaptation of The Ballad of Reading Gaol is now in its second and final week at Theatre N16, where it must finish this Thursday 2 August 2018. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite review and audience quotes below – as well as a brand-new trailer.
Reading Gaol is a fantastically evocative poem and this is a powerful piece of work built out of and around it. This is a play that will make you think, even as it entertains. That’s always worth a trip down the Victoria Line for.
It’s TONIGHT (24 July 2018)! As Proforca Theatre’ new adaptation of The Ballad of Reading Gaol opens to the press at London’s Theatre N16 for a limited run to 2 August 2018, here’s a stunning first look at the cast in artistic director David Brady’s new production. Time to get booking!
We’re counting down to the opening of Proforca Theatre’ new adaptation of The Ballad of Reading Gaol, running at London’s Theatre N16 23 July to 2 August 2018. In David Brady’s new production, Oscar Wilde’s original poem is melded with five pieces of new writing. Sneak a peek into rehearsals with Brady and the five-strong cast – and then get booking!
In Proforca Theatre’ new adaptation of The Ballad of Reading Gaol, running at London’s Theatre N16 23 July to 2 August 2018, Oscar Wilde’s original poem is melded with five pieces of new writing. Who’s Hero, Human, Monster, Guardian and Innocent in this immersive new staging? Watch the series of teaser trailers below – and then get booking!
Proforca Theatre premieres Reading Gaol, a fresh new adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s final work combined with new writing, at London’s Theatre N16 for a limited season from 23 July to 2 August 2018, with a press night on 24 July.
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