Radically re-imagined for the digital stage via Zoom The Time Machine – A Virtual Reality will take audiences on a virtual psychedelic journey through the wormhole, somersaulting timelines where thousands of parallel universes will challenge everything they thought they knew.  Written back in October 2019, incorporating predictions of the future from Oxford University’s Wellcome Centre for Ethics... Continue Reading →

News: An Open Letter to theatre and performance makers

This is a letter to self-employed and freelance theatre and performance makers in the UK. To the actors, playwrights, directors, choreographers, stage managers, designers, stage crews and set-builders to name just a few. We really miss being with you during this period of lockdown. Making theatre and performance is a collaborative endeavour, so we are... Continue Reading →

News: Barn Theatre to release British Sign Language versions

The Barn Theatre have announced that they will be releasing British Sign Language versions of their weekly live streamed children’s show, Tweedy’s Lost & Found. In keeping with the theatre’s ethos of producing “Theatre For All”, the theatre has worked in collaboration the Gloucestershire Deaf Association (GDA) to produce BSL versions of past and future episodes of the... Continue Reading →

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