Gloucester Guildhall is transformed into a music venue on the brink of closure. A teen band, a community choir and ageing rockers join JOF’s drums and Sam’s guitar to mark and protest its demise, leading audiences through a strange ceremony and heartfelt celebration of how music shapes the lives of the people that play it.
An electronic musical exploring grief as a modern, emotionally vivid experience. The show is in its first phase of development and Sleepdogs would like to share some of the songs with you, at Pulse Festival.
Following the phenomenally popular hit Two Man Show, we’re delighted to be building on our mission to bring world-class performance to our audiences in Bristol year-round, by working with Tobacco Factory Theatres and Bristol Old Vic to bring RashDash back to the Tobacco Factory Theatres with their new show.
Tonight we come together, to look each other in the eye and dance.
We have time on our side and we’re making a space to call our own.
Made in collaboration with an extraordinary group of young performers SESSION is a battle cry and a love song, celebrating community, youth and belonging - and we are thrilled to announce it will be premiering at LIFT 2018.
Demostage returns. It's our informal, temporary space for those working on creative projects to share their ideas and receive helpful feedback. Open to people who make all kinds of creative projects (be it theatre, music, games, sound, or beyond), we want to encourage discussion, collaboration, and critical discourse. All welcome.
Still House rides out again at ACT International Festival, Shanghai.
In the first of our collaborative presentations outside Mayfest, we're thrilled to bring the awesome Two Man Show to Circomedia in collaboration with Tobacco Factory Theatres.
Fringe First Winners RashDash return with their award winning, genre-defying hit about gender, language and humankind.
Created and written by the company, A Spark and a Beating Heart is about us. Who we are, how we came here and why we do what we do. It’s a celebration and a love-letter, a party and an elegy. Mixing the many myths of the firebird with a collective reflection on lives lived. We are here to tell you our story.
Following their hugely successful Artist Hangout in October, LIFT are at it again bringing artists together to share their thoughts and work in Tottenham.
After riding out this summer at the National Theatre's Riverstage and touring to festivals throughout the UK Still House are off to Georgia to perform Of Riders and Running Horses at the Tbilisi International Festival.
Night. We find a space in the margins of the city in which to gather: to start an ad-hoc ceremony, to stamp our feet and shake our limbs, to dance in the face of an ending.
Of Riders and Running Horses is a stirring and visceral new dance event by Still Housecreated as a communal animation of urban spaces. Five female dancers and a live band conjure a new kind of old dance, an insistent rhythm, a joyful step into what it means to move together.
The music is a rider and we are running horses.
Directed by Dan Canham with associate director Laura Dannequin. Created by the company with live music by Luke Harney and Sam Halmarack.