Macbeth

MACBETH: one of the most frightening and gripping plays ever written. A nightmarish world of bloodshed, war and political violence. in situ:’s vocally and visually compelling new production of Shakespeare’s bloody masterpiece opens on a Read more…

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The War of the Worlds

Britain in the late nineteenth century. The most powerful nation on Earth finds itself under attack from a technologically vastly superior and more intelligent adversary: the Martians. Within days all resistance has been crushed, the Read more…

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War and Peace

War & Peace¬†has arisen out of a theatre course exploring Voice, Movement and Text. It is a work-in-progress rather than a fully-blown performance, the idea being to give the performers, some of whom have never Read more…

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Paradise

in situ:’s new performance explores the events of September 11, 2001, focussing on two astonishing documents – separated by more than seven hundred years of bloody history. 1299. Marco Polo tells of The Old Man Read more…

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