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PRODUCTIONS

PAST

 PAST PRODUCTIONS 

Theatre Everywhere

LAST NIGHT I DIDN'T SLEEP A WINK

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LAST NIGHT I DIDN’T SLEEP A WINK

By Emily Bradshaw and Joe Plumb

Evie Roberts is 16 years old and on the brink of burning every bridge in her life. How far can we allow someone, even someone we love as a daughter, sister, best friend, to push us before we push back? 91% of female victims are murdered by someone they already know. Evie didn’t see it coming but could we have?

First performed at Nuffield Southampton Theatre and Ventnor Exchange in February 2020

RENEGADE GIRLS

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RENEGADE GIRLS 

Created by Joe Plumb, Holly Downer, Lisa Saidinayer, Emily Scotcher, Katharine Burton, Alexis Mackness and Freya Mackay-Blake. 

The inspiring, kid-friendly story of a young girl called Martha who dared to stand out.
The real life adventures of Mary Ellis, Jane Austen, Queen Victoria, Ellen MaCarthur and Emily Davies come to life with interactive performance to inspire Martha.
From spitfires to yachts, writing to ruling and the power of education. The authentic and inspirational stories of the amazing women from the Solent are brought to the stage in this charming new musical story.
First performed at Nuffield Southampton Theatre in February 2019 and Ventnor Fringe in July 2019.

SPIRIT OF THE PLACE

SPIRIT OF THE PLACE

Written and directed by Joe Plumb

Follow a story that was Ryde as it’s backbone…

Spirit of the Place is a new work written and directed by Joe Plumb. The ten scenes of this sonic performance weave together real and fictional voices and chart the lives of our protagonists as they navigate life’s milestones. Download, stop and listen to each scene as you arrive at the corresponding Union Street location or sit back and listen at home, letting your imagination take over.
Spirit of the Place has been directed by Joe Plumb with support from Rachel Shore, Plastic Mermaids, Sassy Productions and the residents of Ryde, Isle of Wight.

Produced by Ryde Arts and funded by Arts Council England. 

Created during lockdown and released in August 2020

Listen to the audio performance here

VENTNOR FRINGE FESTIVAL

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VENTNOR FRINGE FESTIVAL 

As part of the 2019 Ventnor Fringe Festival we curated a weekend of theatre for all the family to enjoy. We had sellout performances of Renegade Girls and Hansel & Gretel and audiences absolutely loved the food fights in Bagwitch's Revolting Right Royal Knees Up and dancing teddies with David Gibb in our Fringe Fiesta. The Horse Box was used as a Free Fringe venue and saw many acts perform poetry, music and drama over the course of the festival. It was a fantastic weekend of performances and we cannot wait to get back to Ventnor Fringe this year!

TAPNELL FARM PARK- SUNSET SHINDIGS

TAPNELL FARM PARK- SUNSET SHINDIGS

We were resident at Tapnell Farm Park over the summer of 2019 for their Sunset Shindig events. We had a ridiculous amount of fun on the farm performing Hansel & Gretel, The Bagwitch's Revolting Right Royal Knees Up and The Game Show Show Live! Carrot darts and pie faces aplenty! 

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide accessible performances that the whole family can enjoy, we presented our performances with BSL at selected events. 

FESTIVALS AND EVENTS

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SANDOWN CHRISTMAS EVE FUN DAY

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We've hosted epic cardboard battles, challenged passerbys to play Brussel sprout based games in the high street, got large crowds to hum along to our favourite songs, hosted vegetable olympics and performed our hilarious family friendly theatre at some of the Isle of Wight's best festivals and events. During lockdown we worked with Hullabaloo at Home to bring The Game Show Show Live from Lockdown were we challenged our online audience to a series of very funny tasks! Check it out here

We can't wait to get back to being silly in field with lots of people one day soon!

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HORSE BOX THEATRE AT HOME

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During 'lockdown' in 2020 and 2021, Horse Box Theatre Company curated a season of plays broadcast online. 

Joe Plumb directed Tallulah Smith in Ross & Rachel by James Fritz. You can read the review here.

Emily Bradshaw directed A Girl's Guide to Save the World with a cast from across the UK filming from their own homes. 

Liam Gifford directed the hit production of Education, Education, Education which was performed in the summer 2020. 

Expectations, Expectations, Expectations was a response piece created by the company and directed by Liam Gifford.