Nominated for a Total Theatre Award for Innovation
Step into a white world - a visually stunning and immersive experience for an intimate audience... Part travelogue, part forensic reconstruction, Reykjavík guides you through a city of extremes - mysterious, beautiful and volatile - in search of a half-forgotten love affair. Download reviews here. Watch trailer here.
Victorian Parlour (2009)
An intimate, interactive experience, comissioned by Gateshead's Enchanted Parks. Small groups of the public enter a cosy Victorian family parlour to celebrate the festive season with their playful hosts, and are invited to choose one parlour game to play (from out of the 12 days of Christmas). To play the games, see our Resources page.
The Multi-Storey (2008)
A thriller with nods to David Lynch and J.G. Ballard, set in an anonymous urban setting of car parks, shopping malls and CCTV. An enigmatic suit offers to guide the audience through this landscape before abducting a woman, apparently without any resistance - leading her hapless husband to pursue them in his car as the audience race to keep up with the chase. Co-created with Nic Fryer of Small Change.
The Multi-Storey creates multiple perspectives... the architecture of the car park and its surroundings, heavily influenced by commmercial town planners intent on getting punters to spend their money, becomes an epic setting for the end and the beginning of a relationship.
Black Stuff (2007-08)
Speeding across the Mexican desert, life has never been better for newlyweds, Justin and Sophie. But when a global oil crisis hits, they are stranded at a remote service station and their dream honeymoon turns into a nightmare.
A piece about the global oil and financial crisis that is human, hilarious and above all touching. It is a dark fairytale which turns the ordinary into the extraordinary through a seamless combination of music, story and performance… A fantastically layered and rich production – definitely one to catch.