Section: Latest News
Keep up to date with all our activities by reading our regular blogs written by actor and theatre practitioner Janine Haynes.
24 April 2019 - by Rosemary HillNew tour dates announced for “Funny Faces”
12 April 2019 - by Rosemary Hill
Two wonderful workshops this year (2019) from Vamos Theatre Company who we first worked with on “ Shoulder To Shoulder”. Vamos is the UK’s leading mask theatre company so we are so thrilled to be working with them again.
28 March 2019 - by Rosemary Hill
Well, we’ve put in many applications for funding for this year’s projects and we now await news!
11 March 2019 - by Rosemary Hill
MK Gallery has opened on March 16th and we are thrilled to announce that our Artistic Director is one of the Associate Artists. Very honoured.
16 October 2018 - by Rosemary Hill
“Shoulder To Shoulder” was a resounding success! Working across three counties with five professional companies – Paper Birds, Vamos, Zoo Co , Stan’s Cafe and Haste working with five community companies – Pepper’s Ghost, Abingdon and Witney College, Stanonbury, The Actors’ Company and Didcot Girls’ School many workshops were run…
21 June 2018 - by Rosemary Hill
We are thrilled to announce we have the rights to produce “Entertaining Mr Sloane” by Joe Orton in November 2018 at Stantonbury Theatre.
4 April 2018 - by Rosemary Hill
“Funny Faces” by Steve Dimmer has been receiving amazing reviews due to the wonderful writing and incredibly strong performances by actors Caroline Nash and Steve Dimmer! We are so thrilled to be working with Next Page Productions.
27 February 2018 - by Rosemary Hill
We are thrilled to announce we have been awarded funding from “Awards For All” for our project “Shoulder To Shoulder” celebrating women’s suffrage and the 100th anniversary of The Representation of The People Act.
7 February 2018 - by Rosemary Hill
We are really enjoying working with the incredibly talented artist Anna Berry on a project with homeless people. The project aims to explore the views of the homeless on Milton Keynes which was once seen as a utopia. What has happened to that vision and that dream? One of the…
2 February 2018 - by Rosemary Hill
Our Artistic Director, Rosemary Hill, has been asked to direct “Funny Faces” by Steve Dimmer for Next Page Productions. These are two monologues featuring the actors Joan Sims and Sid James. “Funny faces” will tour to a number of venues across the country and we are very excited.
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