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…
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!
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!
This particular production of Frankenstein at The Space Arts Centre utilises a primarily female cast to re-tell the story from a feminine perspective.
Contemporary pop culture is awash with true crime stories: NPR’s Serial, HBO’s The Jinx and Netflix’s Making of a Murder are just a few titles that have recently gripped public imagination. It is therefore not surprising that two plays about the life of Harry Crawford, born Eugenia Falleni in 1875, have been dramatised in the last few years.