Constructive Interference is an inclusive, issue-led theatre company based in London and founded in 2010 by director, Lavinia Hollands and playwright, Peter Norgate. Determined to find a way to portray the lives of disabled people in the round, Euler's Circles was performed in 2010 at the Brockley Jack Theatre. Following its successful production, Constructive Interference produced award-winning Canadian play, The December Man at the Finborough Theatre. In 2013, the company shifted its focus to the equally important issue of sustainability and the environment with Julia at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Currently work is underway on our latest play, Lilith. Returning to our roots, Lilith explores the interspace between what is real and imaginary, experienced and concocted by the brain under stress.
See our upcoming work for more information and updates.
Lavinia Hollands - Lavinia recently completed an MA in Actor Training and Coaching at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (2015). She is a freelance theatre director/dramaturge at London venues such as Riverside Studios, The New Diorama, Camden Peoples Theatre and Theatre 503. Before co-founding Constructive Interference, She trained as a playwright at the University of Victoria, then as an actor in San Francisco - she now teaches at Drama Centre London and RCSSD. She is currently assistant directing Burning Vision at the Grec Festival in Barcelona 2016. For more information about Lavinia please see laviniahollands.com
Peter Norgate – Peter trained as a playwright at Goldsmiths College, London and The Royal Court Theatre. He is a writer, dramaturg and adaptor. He has over 30 production credits for stage and radio. The Metro called his adaption of Eric Bogosian’s SubUrbia “expert” and Soho Theatre wrote of his play, Bittersweet, “The great strength is in the ways it engages sympathy for its central character, so that her fate and her final decision, become significant.” He is currently writing Lilith for Constructive Interference and working on a commission exploring the fall out of immigration.