Past Productions and Project Archive
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From mobile phones to virtual personal assistants, from drones to androids - technology is everywhere in our modern lives. At the same time, loneliness is a growing epidemic effecting everyone in society.
This inclusive play with music explores the impact of both on a busy modern family.
An emergency summit has been called by politicians to find a solution to the global food shortage and they have turned to the most powerful beings on the planet - The Super Heroes. Meanwhile on the other side of town Bill runs a hostel for the hungry and homeless.
Will the Super Heroes provide the answers, or is Bill doing more to help the situation than all of the powerful and elite put together?
A Princess is anxious. Her father the King is sick. Can she cope with his death? And can she cope with the job of replacing him?
With the help of her friend Lily, a dignified acceptance of life and death sees her part of the way through.
The Originators are immortal beings. Their role, over millions of years, is to create humans, populating worlds within parallel universes. They decide to make an unprecedented visit to observe their creations.
Landing in the Ponders End and Edmonton area, the Originators have come to investigate life in 2017. They are amazed at the human’s strength in adversity but are concerned at the direction their future seems to be taking.
Somewhere far out at sea there is an island, home to one man, his daughter and a variety of extraordinary animals.
This magical island offers everything anyone could ever need; food, shelter, beautiful sunsets and safety.
But is one man’s paradise another’s prison?
A chaotic theatre group full of colourful characters can’t decide what to do their next play about – until they are visited by two remarkable women from Edmonton’s past.
Ponders End Park
Women are telling their stories in the launderette, but all is not as it seems...
Children are sharing wild animal tales in the park..
Koli and Steve are in love, but their families are not happy and what will become of the dance groups that's threatened with closure?
Everything was ticking along as normal for Laundry Boy, Martin - or so he thought - when suddenly he was spun into making some life-changing choices..
Stratford Circus Youth Theatre was an ensemble of young people aged 9-13 years old.
Working with local theatre-makers, Youth Theatre participants expanded their drama skills by taking part in theatre exercises, drama games and performances in a professional studio theatre to audiences of friends and family.
Theatre skills help to develop communication, imagination and confidence and allow children to enjoy the social and fun elements of theatre.
Children were encouraged to explore theatre skills with fun exercises and games. They worked towards an end of term sharing of their creativity to family and friends.