Hopefully through looking around our site you will be wanting to know more about how to get involved in the work that we do. The obvious answer is to keep an eye out, as well as to keep looking here to see what projects we have in development or in production. Our projects are about engaging and working alongside those who live in and around the places where the work is happening, and we always make sure that our projects are publicised widely through local media.
We have one rule. If you want to be involved in one of our projects then you can be. Experience is not necessary; we regularly work with both seasoned performers and those who have never been in a play before. Many of those who take part in our projects haven’t done anything like this since they were at school, which is often a very, very long time ago. We can find a part to suit you, and the amount of time that you can commit. And we will try to schedule rehearsals around your availability.
Our team is very experienced in working with those who may not have been involved in anything like this before. We strive to make really good work because as theatre makers we know that the audience is what really counts. But we want to make sure that everyone who takes part learns as much, and has as good a time, as possible.
And there are many more ways to get involved. If you want to help out backstage, your assistance will be very welcome. If you are interested in making props, or costumes, or in helping with research, or putting up exhibitions, or taking photographs, or starting generators, or lugging staging, or ushering the audience through the town or village where you live as events unfold around them, then we look forward to working with you.
If you have any questions at all about our work then please email us. And if you want to be kept up to date with our projects then sign onto our mailing list and we’ll send you a newsletter every month.
We also have a Facebook page where we regularly post updates and images.