or what you will
FRENCH PROTESTANT CHURCH, SOHO SQUARE, 2016
In March 2016, we opened Twelfth Night in our first production in the West End, at the French Protestant Church in Soho Square. The catwalk-inspired production featured bespoke costumes designed by Georgia Green and music by Jean-Philippe Martinez, combining nightclub classics with classic medieval music. The show inspired the formation of our travelling troupe The Mechanical, who perform concise versions of the classics, including Twelfth Night, for private functions and events.
SAD STORIES OF THE DEATH OF KINGS
RICHARD II & EDWARD II
ST. BARTHOLOMEW THE GREAT/VENTNOR EXCHANGE FESTIVAL, 2015
In May 2015, we opened our first repertory season, Sad Stories of the Death of Kings: Richard II & Edward II, at the priory church of St. Bartholomew the Great, Barbican. We were later invited to take the productions to the Ventnor Exchange Fringe Festival in the summer of the same year, and will be reviving and revamping the entire season in late 2017/early 2018, having been invited to take the productions to various world-renowned European theatres. Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates.