Production History

Present - 2007

2014
 
GAME OVER by Vickie Donoghue (The Cut, Halesworth, the Garage, Norwich).
Director, Justin Audibert. 
 
TRUE BRITS by Vinay Patel (Assembly, Edinburgh Festival 2014, Bush Theatre). A co-production with Rich Mason.
Director, Tanith Lindon.
FOUR STARS, The Scotsman, The Skinny.
 
BOTTLENECK by Luke Barnes (Underbelly, Edinburgh Festival 2014).
Director, Steven Atkinson. 
 
THE GIRLS GUIDE TO SAVING THE WORLD by Elinor Cook (HighTide Festival 2014). 
Director, Amelia Sears
FOUR STARS, The Guardian, The Times (Critic's Choice).
 
INCOGNITO by Nick Payne (HighTide Festival 2014, Live Theatre, North Wall, Bush Theatre). A co-production with nabokov and Live Theatre. 
Director, Joe Murphy
FIVE STARS, The Financial Times. 
FOUR STARS, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Whatsonstage, The Times (Critic's Choice), The Observer, Time Out, Evening Standard (Critic's Choice), The Independent, The Sunday Times (Critic's Choice), Mail on Sunday.
 
PEDDLING by Harry Melling (HighTide Festival 2014 and Off-Broadway, March - May 2014). 
Director, Steven Atkinson
FIVE STARS, The New York Times, Exuent, the Public Reviews. 
FOUR STARS, The Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian.
 
PUSSY RIOT: LETTERS AND WRITINGS by Nadezhda Tolokonnikova (Southbank Centre, March 2014).
Director, Steven Atkinson.
 
THE BIG MEAL by Dan LeFranc (Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath and HighTide Festival, March - April 2014). A co-production with Bath Theatre Royal.
Director, Michael Boyd.
FOUR STARS, The Times, The Telegraph, Independent, Daily Mail, Financial Times.
 
SMALLHOLDING by Chris Dunkley (Soho Theatre, February - March 2014). A co-production with Nuffield.
Director, Patrick Sandford.
FOUR STARS, Whatsonstage.
 
 
2013
 
PUSSY RIOT: HUNGER STRIKE, an open letter by Nadezhda Tolokonnikova (Bush Theatre, October 2012). A co-production with the Bush Theatre.
Director, Steven Atkinson.
 
Alexander Masters' STUART: A LIFE BACKWARDS by Jack Thorne (Edinburgh Festival, Watford Palace Theatre, Sheffield Theatres). A co-production with Sheffield Theatres, in association with Watford Palace Theatre, Underbelly and Dumbfounded.
Director, Mark Rosenblatt.
FIVE STARS, The Big Issue, The Skinny, Three Weeks. FOUR STARS, The Guradian, Financial Times, The Independent, Evening Standard, Fest, The List, The Scotsman, The Times.
 
THE REPROBATES by Phil Porter (The Garage, Norwich, and Thorpeness, Suffolk August 2013). A co-production with The Garage.
Director, Joe Douglas.
 
NEIGHBORS by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins (HighTide Festival 2013 and Nuffield Theatre, April - May 2013). A co-production with the Nuffield Theatre.
Director, Steven Atkinson.
FIVE STARS, Whatsonstage. FOUR STARS, Times.
 
MOTH by Declan Greene (HighTide Festival 2013 and Bush Theatre, May-June 2013). 
Director, Prasanna Puwanarajah.
FOUR STARS, Whatsonstage, Telegraph.
 
SMALLHOLDING by Chris Dunkley (HighTide Festival 2013 and Nuffield Theatre, April-May 2013). A co-production with the Nuffield Theatre.
Director, Patrick Sandford.
FOUR STARS, Whatsonstage.
 
PASTORAL by Thomas Eccleshare (HighTide Festival 2013 and Soho Theatre, April-June 2013). A co-production with Soho Theatre.
Director, Steve Marmion.
FOUR STARS, Independent, Times, Whatsonstage, Guardian, Telegraph, Metro.
 
BOTTLENECK by Luke Barnes (Soho Theatre, February-March 2013 and UK tour). 
Director, Steven Atkinson.
FOUR STARS, Financial Times, Evening Standard, Time Out, Telegraph.
 
2012
 
MUDLARKS by Vickie Donoghue (HighTide Festival 2012 and transfers to Theatre503, May-June 2012, Bush Theatre, September-October 2012).
Director, Will Wrightson.
FIVE STARS, Whatsonstage. FOUR STARS, The Times, Telegraph.
 
BOTTLENECK by Luke Barnes (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Festival 2012, Soho Theatre, February-March 2013). Arts Council England Edinburgh showcase.
Director, Steven Atkinson.
FOUR STARS, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Scotsman, The List, Whatsonstage, Metro.
 
EDUCATING RONNIE by Joe Douglas (Assembly George Square, Edinburgh Festival 2012 and HighTide Festival 2012). A co-production with macrobert and Utter. Made in Scotland showcase.
Director, Gareth Nicholls.
Awards: Fringe First 2012, runner-up Fringe Award for Scottish Drama 2012.
FOUR STARS, The Scotsman, Whatsonstage, The List, The Independent.
 
ENDLESS POEM by Ramon Mello (Rio Occupation London Festival, July 2012). A co-production with BAC and People’s Palace Projects. Part of the Cultural Olympiad.
Director, Rob Drummer.
 
EISTEDDFOD by Luke Barnes (Latitude Festival, HighTide Festival 2012, May & July 2012).
Director, Rob Drummer.
FOUR STARS, Whatsonstage.
 
BOYS by Ella Hickson (HighTide Festival 2012 and tour to the Nuffield Theatre and Soho Theatre, April-June 2012). A co-production with Headlong and the Nuffield Theatre.
Director, Robert Icke.
FOUR STARS, Financial Times, Sunday Times, Independent, Time Out, Whatsonstage.
 
CLOCKWORK by Laura Poliakoff (HighTide Festival 2012, May 2012).
Director, Steven Atkinson.
FOUR STARS, The Times.
 
ORGANS OF LITTLE APPARENT IMPORTANCE by Jon Mcleod and pupils from Halesworth Middle School (HighTide Festival 2012, May 2012).
Director, Jon Mcleod.
 
PERISH by Stella Fawn Ragsdale (HighTide Festival 2012). A co-production with the Public Theater Emerging Writers Group.
Director, Rob Drummer.
 
NEIGHBORS by Branden Jacob-Jenkins (HighTide Festival 2012). A co-production with the Public Theater Emerging Writers Group.
Director, Melanie Spencer.
 
THE HOUR OF FEELING by Mona Mansour (HighTide Festival 2012). A co-production with the Public Theater Emerging Writers Group.
Director, Richard Fitch.
 
BETHANY by Laura Marks (HighTide Festival 2012). A co-production with the Public Theater Emerging Writers Group.
Director, Steven Atkinson.
 
THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY OF STEVE JOBS created and performed by Mike Daisey (HighTide Festival 2012, May 2012).
Director, Jean-Michele Gregory.
FOUR STARS, The Times. A piece of theatre unlike any other I’ve experienced. Financial Times.
 
BRUNCH PLAYS by various (HighTide Festival 2012, May 2012).
Directors, Melanie Spenser and Richard Fitch.
FOUR STARS, The Telegraph.
 
BINARY, two short plays by Alexandra Wood and Ian McHugh (HighTide Festival 2012) A co-production with curious directive.
Director, Jack Lowe.
 
THE BEST YEARS OF YOUR LIFE by various (HighTide Festival 2012). A co-production with nabokov.
Director, Joe Murphy.
 
THE ADVENTURE by Oliver Birch (HighTide Festival 2012). A co-production with Bad Physics.
Director, Dan Bird.
 
SEIZING CINDERELLA by Stephanie Street (HighTide Festival 2012). With Brendan Coyle.
Director, Bruce Guthrie.
 
2011
 
INCOMING by Andrew Motion (HighTide Festival 2011, and transfers to the Latitude Festival, the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival, and the House of Commons). A co-production with the Poetry Trust.
Director, Steven Atkinson.
FOUR STARS, Whatsonstage.
 
MIDNIGHT YOUR TIME by Adam Brace (HighTide Festival 2011 and transfer to Assembly George Square, Edinburgh Festival 2011). Performed by Diana Quick.
Director, Michael Longhurst.
FOUR STARS, The Scotsman, The Herald, Whatsonstage, Metro.
 
DUSK RINGS A BELL by Stephen Belber (HighTide Festival 2011 and transfers to Assembly George Square and Watford Palace Theatre, August - September 2011). A co-production with Watford Palace Theatre. Arts Council England Edinburgh showcase.
Director, Steven Atkinson.
FOUR STARS, Herald, Whatsonstage.
 
NICKED book and lyrics by Richard Marsh, music by Natalia Sheppard (HighTide Festival 2011).
Director, Pia Furtado.
FIVE STARS, Whatsonstage.
 
LIDLESS by Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig (HighTide Festival 2010 and transfers to Underbelly, Edinburgh Festival 2011, and Trafalgar Studios, March-April 2011). Arts Council England Edinburgh showcase.
Director, Steven Atkinson.
Awards: Fringe First 2010, IdeasTap Edinburgh Award, Yale Playwriting Award. Nominated for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the Meyer Whitworth Award, Best Actress, The Stage Awards.
FIVE STARS, Scotsman. FOUR STARS, Telegraph, Herald, Financial Times, Whatsonstage, The Independent.
 
2010
 
THE THEATRE EP by Dominic Mitchell (Latitude Festival, July 2010).
Director, Natalie Ibu.
 
DITCH by Beth Steel (HighTide Festival 2010 and and transfer to the Old Vic Tunnels, May-June 2010). A co-production with the Old Vic Theatre.
Director, Richard Twyman.
Awards: nominated for the 2010 John Whiting Award.
FOUR STARS, The Independent
 
MOSCOW LIVE by Serge Cartwright (HighTide Festival 2010).
Director, Jonathan Humphreys.
Awards: nominated for the 2010 John Whiting Award.
 
FAMINE DIARY by Jesse Weaver (HighTide Festival 2010). Performed by Bernard Hill.
Director, Joe Murphy.
 
2009
 
FIXER by Lydia Adetunji (HighTide Festival 2009 and transfer to the Australian National Play Festival, February 2010).
Director, Nathan Curry.
Awards: nominated for the 2010 Meyer Whitworth Award.
'One of the brightest new stars in British political theatre' The Observer.
 
GUARDIANS by Lucy Caldwell (HighTide Festival 2009).
Director, Natalie Abrahami.
FOUR STARS, The Guardian.
 
MUHMAH by Jesse Weaver (HighTide Festival 2009).
Director, Steven Atkinson.
 
BERLIN / WALL written and performed by David Hare (HighTide Festival 2009 - the first time the plays were performed together). A co-production with Aldeburgh Music.
Director, Stephen Daldry.
FOUR STARS, The Guardian, Whatsonstage, Evening Standard
 
ONE EVENING : Schubert's Winterreise translated by Michael Symmons Roberts, and Samuel Beckett (HighTide Festival 2009). A co-production with Aldeburgh Music.
Director, Katie Mitchell.
FOUR STARS, The Telegraph. 'Numbingly beautiful' The New Yorker.
 
STOVEPIPE by Adam Brace (HighTide Festival 2008, and transfer to the West 12 shopping centre, March-April 2009, and the Australian National Play Festival, February 2010). A co-production with the National Theatre and Bush Theatre.
Director, Michael Longhurst.
Awards: The Sunday Times 10 Best Theatre Productions of the Decade. Nominated Best Off-West End Production Whatsonstage.
FIVE STARS, Sunday Times, Independent on Sunday, Time Out. FOUR STARS, Telegraph, Independent, Evening Standard. Could almost be a sequel to BLACK WATCH. Time Out.
 
2008
 
I CAUGHT CRABS IN WALBERSWICK by Joel Horwood (HighTide Festival 2008 and tour to Edinburgh Festival 2008 and Bush Theatre, Aug-Oct 2008). A co-production with Eastern Angles.
Director, Lucy Kerbal.
FOUR STARS, Evening Standard, The Scotsman, The List, Fest, British Theatre Guide.
 
CERTAIN DARK THINGS by Emily Watson Howes (HighTide 2008 and transfer to Edinburgh Festival 2008). A co-production with You Need Me.
Director; Emily Watson Howes.
Awards: nominated for the 2008 Total Theatre Award.
FOUR STARS, Whatsonstage, Fest Mag.
 
THE PITCH by Nick Payne (Latitude Festival 2008).
Director, Steven Atkinson.
 
SWITZERLAND by Nick Payne (HighTide Festival 2008).
Director, Kate Wasserberg.