Next Productions

So what’s next? 

We are chomping at the bit to get into our rehearsal space to start developing a host of projects that we have in the pipeline.

New play REARED by J.Fitzpatrick in association with Theatre503 opens Weds 4th April and runs until Sat 28th April 2018

Three generations of women under one roof and a baby on the way. There’s isn’t enough room for everybody but no one is leaving without a struggle. Reared is a dark comedy about overcoming family history and fighting for a seat at the table.

Eileen has a full time job, a fifteen year old daughter with a lot of secrets, a mother in-law who’s showing signs of dementia, a baby on the way, and a husband who doesn’t want to deal with any of it. As she tries to clear the way for the new baby, the family push each other’s buttons in the way only families know how. Everyone’s struggling for their ideal situation but this is by no means an ideal situation.

Directed by Sarah Davey-Hull, Designed by Samantha Dowson

Reared

 

2018 Professional Development Workshops for Actors all @ fh space, 9 Havelock Walk, Forest Hill, SE23 3HG

Thurs 18th Jan 2018 6.30-9.30pm                                Movement for Actors with Natasha Fedorova

Sat 17th Feb 2018 10.30am-5pm                                   Day long workshop with Natasha Fedorova

Sun 18th Feb 2018 10am-1pm OR 2.30-5.30pm        Self Tape / Acting for Screen with Amanda Brennan

All bookable through Eventbrite

 

We also continue with:

Playground – Our weekly free drop in class for actors to flex their acting muscles.

bold & saucy champions – A number of companies / people both local and national who we mentor and give free / reduced rehearsal space to develop their projects.

Aphrodite in Flippers – Following on from the success of our first outing at the Brighton Fringe, we return to the rehearsal room to develop the play further for touring.

Apple – A new project exploring the relationship between mothers and daughters. Working title APPLE – as in “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”, we begin a series of playful workshops celebrating the relationship between mothers and their young daughters.