Our week of R&D finished on a high. Working on the second of our two pieces we’re faced with a great deal of physical work and these R&D sessions are invaluable when trying to figure out how to ‘do’ something.

the difficult second blog post

So here we are a couple of days on. It’s been a rainy week here in Chacombe which has been terrible news for the tennis fans among us. On the other hand it’s probably been quite conducive to our work ethic not being able to dash on down to the court in every five-minute break.

production diary

Hello there website visitor. First, thanks very much for stopping by on your interweb travels. This year we hope to maintain a bit more of a web presence, beginning with this production diary/blog. On Saturday we began our production process on two new bits of work and we’re going to use this site and old faithfuls Facebook and Twitter to try and document the whole lamentable endeavor.

New year, new project

First of all, apologies for not posting more on the website. It's been a busy few months for the company and exciting things are happening. We're not quite at the stage where we can announce our next project yet but we had an extremely productive week of R&D at the incomparable Sophie's Barn, working on two potential new projects. We're now at the point where we're speaking to venues and planning exactly where and when our next piece will be performed. 


Thanks for still checking the website, we hope we'll be able to announce something definite in the near future. 


Hello to one and all. Just a quick post to say we have not died and are hard at work and on a new piece. As soon as more information about our next project is available we'll broadcast it to the world.

Four Stages Survey

For anyone who's seen the production (or who sees it), we'd love it if you could fill out our Travel and Show Survey, which will help us with our environmental audit and give us some artistic feedback. It should take about 60 seconds and is anonymous. Thanks so much.

Book now!

We're heading into our fourth week of performances now and ticket sales are really starting to spike. We've been sold out the last few nights and hope to fill the theatre for the rest of the run so if you haven't already bought tickets but want to see The Four Stages of Cruelty, click here to get booking.

four stars from time out!

Earlier this evening Time Out posted their review of The Four Stages of Cruelty and it's another great four star affair.

Remember if you've been to see the show and are a fan of our work you can find us on Facebook and on Twitter so please take a minute to give us a 'follow' or a 'like'.

Four stars in The Independent

Late last night The Independent posted up another four star review for The Four Stages of Cruelty. We should be in the Sunday Times this weekend and the Guardian and Times possibly even sooner.

evening standard: "the four stages of cruelty is superb"

Our first newspaper review turned out to be a nice one. Here it is on the Standard website: http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/theatre/review-23955069-the-four-stages-of...

So nice to see that there are critics who've followed our work, lets hope this is the first of many.

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