An (auto)biographical new show by Natalie Songer and supported by Arts Council England. Satellites tells the story of two brothers who are pushing against gravity and reach the extremes of human success and failure.
Written and performed by Natalie Songer
Produced by Karen Goddard
Sound design by Calum Paterson
A new show for primary school age audiences, Rules is a playful discovery of dreaming, distraction, and daring to hold all your pencils with just your face. Through a wordless part-clowning, part-object manipulation performance we are celebrating the magic of curious minds trying to break free.
Co-created and performed by Callum Douglas
Supported by Imaginate
27th September at Seanse Art Centre, Volda, Norway
Research and Development
A new show for early-teens inspired by the chemistry of falling in love. It is physical, wordless, and experimental created by an international collaborative team from Norway, Australia and the UK for Kompani Morell . This is an initial period of R&D supported by mentors at Seanse Art Centre for a week-long residency.
Company includes: Emilie Mordal, Karoline Bergh Ellingsen, Emily Read, Nicholas Barton-Wines
In Post-Production for 2020 release
A film in collaboration with Fergus Cruickshank interrogating heteronormative relationships between men in the 21st Century. Rooted in what cannot be said and wishes to be unsaid, Benched is currently in post-production for a 2020 release to festivals around the world.
Director of Photography/Producer – Fergus Cruickshank
Designer – Poppy Camden
Cast: Laurie Scott and Jonathan ONeill
Previews April 2020
“History does not repeat, but it does instruct.”
Inspired by the rise of tyranny in Western politics, this darkly comic and unnerving production looks at a city being consumed by a new regime, NoMa. This is a visually-striking, overpowering, and claustrophobic investigation into how regimes can manipulate populations, and how active citizens can disrupt those patterns.
Bandwidth is a new collective which places direction, design, and text as equal instigators of original new work co-created by Nicholas Barton-Wines, Kenneth MacLeod, and Laurie Motherwell.
Created by Bandwidth, in association with Tron Theatre
Supported by Creative Scotland
Runs the last Friday of each month
A monthly session for Movers in Scotland to share, explore and maintain movement practices. Open to anyone who works professionally with movement. The members of Movers Group offer ideas or practices they would like to share and explore with the rest of the group during a session. The other Movers in the room explore this with the monthly sharer, in turn maintaining everyone’s movement practice.