A Tale of Two Cities: Blood for Blood Speak Bitterness The Last Adventures Bolero Age Concerns

Speak Bitterness

Forced Entertainment

The Last Adventures

Forced Entertainment


Image: Maria Gloria Harvey Photography

Age Concerns

Image: Roshana Rubin-Mayhew

01st Sep 2016

A Tale of Two Cities: Blood for Blood

Chung Ying Theatre Company, Red Shift Productions and Seabright Productions Dickens’ classic of heroism, espionage and revenge is thrillingly reimagined by multi award-winning writer-director Jonathan Holloway. Direct from acclaimed Hong...

02nd Feb 2016

How (Not) to Live in Suburbia

5 years ago in the middle of a shitstorm of life events, single mother, proud Londoner and theatre maker Annie Siddons found herself living in suburbia by accident. This hilarious,...

31st Jan 2016

Hello Oxford

Hello Oxford is a celebration. An exploration into the heart and soul of the city of Oxford, created from memories and ideas from the people who live there.  Hannah Ringham...

19th Jan 2015


I recently attended D&D North, an event dedicated to discussing the future of theatre with those either devoted to or disgruntled by it. One of the proposed starting points for a...

04th Jan 2015

Basement Grotto/Late Nights

At Shoreditch Town Hall in 2014 Nigel and Louise caught an elf eating a cheese sandwich. There’s a secret portal there that goes straight to the North Pole you see....

23rd Oct 2014

The Last Adventures

In The Last Adventures Forced Entertainment collaborate with Lebanese sound artist Tarek Atoui to create a compelling performance on an epic scale. Sounds swarm and storm in the air as...

23rd Oct 2014

Perfect Day

Sometimes I put a black bodysuit on and sing Perfect Day. See it here as part of a DIY project by Nigel and Louise at Experimentica (16 minutes in).  ...

20th Jun 2014

Sit With Me For A Moment and Remember

By Michael Pinchbeck. A bench with a plaque reading Sit with me for a moment and remember is placed in a public space. It is both a dedication to a...

18th Mar 2014


In 1928, Ravel wrote Bolero in Paris. In 1984, Torvill and Dean danced to it at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo. Eight years later the stadium where they won gold...

27th Sep 2013

The Crimson Effect

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