Selected Shows

25 February 2017

These are the selected shows for the 2017 Festival....

Selected Shows

Blackbird a new play by Miriam Schechter produced by Sheffield University Theatre Company. 

Celebration a new play written and produced by Ben Kulvichit and Clara Potter-Sweet at University of Warwick. 

Cognitions a new play by Isabelle Kabban produced by Minotaur Theatre Company at University of East Anglia.

he she they new devised play produced by O Collective based in London and Falmouth. 

Hidden by Laura Lindsay and Peter Carruthers produced by Battered Soul Theatre Company in Durham. 

The Iconoclasts a new play by Ben Price and produced by Dear Hunter Theatre in Sheffield. 

No Human Is Illegal a new devised play produced by students at Leyton Sixth Form College in London. 

Nothing is Coming, The Pixels are Huge a new play by Theatre 42 at Lancaster University. 

Ordinary Days a musical written by Adam Gwon and produced by Durham Light Opera Group.  

Sad Little Man a new play by Josh Overton produced by Pub Corner Poets from Hull first produced at New Diorama in London. 

Say it Loud a new multi authored play produced by Feat.Theatre in University of Warwick 

Skellig by David Almond produced by students from the University of Worcester. 

Swallow by Stef Smith produced by Piccolo Theatre in Durham.

Thick Skin a new play by Caitlin McEwan and produced by Poor Michelle Theatre Company based in London. 


Commendations

We have awarded Commendations to the following shows:

Rules for Living by Sam Holcroft produced by 3BUGS Fringe Theatre in Birmingham.

Narrative by Anthony Neilson produced by York Drama Society.

Cognitions a new play devised by Isabelle Kabban and produced by Minotaur Theatre Company at East Anglia University.

Romeo and Juliet adapted from Shakespeare by The NEXUS Ensemble from NESCOT College in Epsom, Surrey. 

After the End by Dennis Kelly and performed by 1TC in Durham.

Love Among the Penguins a new play by Alex Thomas and produced by Theatre with Teeth in Exeter.

Alan, We Think You Should Get A Dog devised play created and produced by Mad Like Roar Company in London.


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