Click below to see details of our past productions

  • Laura and Rowena meet in Euler's Circles by Peter Norgate. Directed by Lavinia Hollands
  • Jean and Benoit in The December Man / L'homme De Dembre by Colleen Murphy. Directed by Lavinia Hollands
  • Jean and Kate in The December Man / L'homme De Dembre by Colleen Murphy. Directed by Lavinia Hollands
  • Julia and Meor in Julia by Peter Norgate. Directed by Lavinia Hollands
  • Julia artwork - the beach
  • Julia artwork - the underworld

 

Praise for Julia

 

The play is powered by a keen and sincere political impulse. The netherworld of spirits is melancholy and beautifully imagined. Turtle’s grief at the loss of her children and the eggs that will never hatch is truthful and tragic.” The Royal Court Theatre

 

"The play is delightful" Old Red Lion Theatre

 

Thoroughly enjoyed reading Julia” Paines Plough Theatre Company

    

Praise for The December Man

 

"For all the difficulties of staging the play on an intransigent space set-up for a different show, Lavinia Hollands’ production... evidently has the piece’s measure. [Kate and Benoit] have created a son to whom neither can relate intimately, who focuses his bottled-up anxieties on a student design project that’s clearly going nowhere, as frozen in time as he is by the traumatic events. It’s an emotional fate aptly expressed by Michael Benz as a fair-haired, mild-eyed young man withdrawing defensively into his own emotional winter." Reviews Gate

 

"The closeness of the audience, embracing this intimate drama from both sides of a traverse stage... exposes the audience too - to self-scrutiny." The British Theatre Guide

 

"It is very well-acted with some really moving moments within" There Ought to be Clowns

 

Praise for Euler's Circles

 

"The tone and intensity throughout has an honesty that allows the dilemmas, issues and courses of actions to be examined by drawing the audience into the protagonist's world" Jenny Sealey, Graeae Theatre Company

 

"The true stand-out actor in the play, though, is Claire Dixon. As Laura, she makes you believe you are watching someone with Asperger’s. Her performance is fantastic from start to finish, and invokes an emotional attachment with the audience." Extra! Extra!