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A new play by Nick Payne
A new play by Joel Horwood
A new play by Adam Brace.
A new play by Beth Steel
A series of new musical plays by Dominic Mitchell.
A new play by Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig
HighTide are pround to announce a special one off event at this year's Edinburgh Festival.
A new musical
A new play by Adam Brace
A new play by Stephen Belber
A new play by Andrew Motion.
A three-day retreat in Suffolk to learn, share and write plays.
A personal, fast paced individual journey for bipedes experienced through headphones.
Five bedrooms, five chairs, four boys - and one hell of a party.
The water looks sort of angry, don’t it? Racing across the mud. Like it’s coming for us!
I’ve loved all the people I’m gonna love… It’s time to pass the wheelchair on.
We're pitching a tent and giving you an intimate performance of this major new work.
Interactive theatre specialists Bad Physics present a new show for children.
Jean-Michele Gregory, Will Gompertz, Ben Hammersley, and Libby Purves.
Mike Daisey illuminates how the former CEO of Apple and his obsessions shape our lives.
An anthology of blistering plays charting some of the most turbulent birthdays of our lives.
Four outstanding new plays from the Emerging Writers Group of the Public Theater.
New short plays from writers based in the East of England or inspired by Halesworth.
Actress Juliet Stevenson in conversation with BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz.
A semi-autobiographical show about the friendship between Joe and Ronnie.
How might shifts in the landscape of new writing impact upon opportunities for playwrights.
Griff Rhys Jones reflects on his diverse career in broadcasting.
Binary is a new writer focused project from award winning devising company curious directive.
Two new plays by a major poetry talent.
Four World Premiere short plays from writers based in the East of England.
With novelists Owen Jones, Alan Bissett and playwright Ella Hickson.
A revelatory story based on real lives and events, examining the deep-seated prejudices.
HighTide on tour to the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton.
HighTide on tour to Theatre503, London.
HighTide on tour to the Soho Theatre, London.
30 Rio Artists, 30 Days in London from 8 July.
HighTide on tour to the Latitude Festival.
Professional training for young people in their Summer holidays.
HighTide on tour to the Edinburgh Festival.
HighTide on tour to Bush Theatre, London.
EISTEDDFOD by Luke Barnes
CLOCKWORK by Laura Poliakoff
BETHANY by Laura Marks
HighTide on tour to Soho Theatre.
HighTide on tour across the UK.
HighTide on tour to the Nuffield Theatre.
Our acclaimed Edinburgh/London hit concludes its national tour at the Festival.
Moth at the HighTide Festival.
Pastoral at the HighTide Festival.
Join Roger Michell, director of Notting Hill, Enduring Love and the recent Hyde Park on Hudson in conversation
Neighbors at the HighTide Festival.
HIGHTIDE READINGS, adapted by BAFTA award winning Jack Thorne
HighTide Book Reading, read by the author.
Featuring the music of Oscar Peterson, Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald and more...
Extracts of works in progress by playwrights attached to Escalator Plays
A fascinating musical documentary play charting Peterborough’s expansion through the eyes of an ‘overspill family’.
Smallholding at the HighTide Festival.
The premiere of Gabriela Preissova’s Czech masterpiece performed script-in-hand by the Invertigo Take-Over ensemble.
A collection of new short plays created, rehearsed, and produced in just 10 days in order to question and stimulate your senses.
Celebrate Suffolk’s vast musical heritage in this uniquely intimate performance.
Bite into the high-pressured world of gastropolitics with this unique sensory experience...
A work in progress showing of a new play specially commissioned for the Invertigo take-over space.
Angie Mason’s film FLOODS OF MEMORIES depicting the 53 Flood disaster and how it affected the Alde and Ore Estuary 60 years ago.
A reading about a dilapidated Brooklyn boarding house and its bohemian commune of the leading lights of 1940s New York.
Join Michael Frayn, award winning playwright and novelist in conversation
Roll up for Mark Borkowski’s rollercoaster ride through the weird and
wonderful world of the Maverick.
Two staged readings performed as a double-bill
CGO Surgeries are an opportunity for personal coaching, advice, support, and re-energising for a creative artist, or a small company.
Join Stephen Poliakoff CBE, the acclaimed writer and director behind the recent BBC drama Dancing on the Edge, in conversation
Michaela Coel’s award winning Chewing Gum Dreams is a coming-of-age monologue that recalls the last moments of innocence before adulthood.
The Tempest as never seen before; be immersed in such stuff as dreams are made on.
Thom Tuck has watched every single Disney straight-to-DVD movie so that you don’t have to.
Sudha Bhuchar's powerful retelling of a fascinating human story, inspired by actual events.
Bringing the UK colliery brass band tradition bang up to date with a setlist as diverse as the London borough that gave them their name.
Nigel Cliff will give a talk about this inspiring story, reading passages from the book.
HighTide on tour to the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton
HighTide on tour to the Bush Theatre.