Since the development phase of Theatre Sandbox 2010 came to an end in November, the participants have been making some amazing work.
As we’ve previously mentioned, Proto-type Theater ran a full version of Fortnight in Bristol as part of Mayfest. In October, Fortnight will be presented in Lancaster. Proto-type were also part of the British Council’s showcase in Edinburgh this year.
Tin Bath have recently won an Unlimited 2012 commission to do an interactive, outdoor, subtitled show for children called Bee Detective. Tin Bath’s Sophie Wooley is starring in a Katie Hims play called Dragonfly, which airs on Radio 4 on the 3rd October, 2.15pm.
Analogue took their recent show 2401 Objects to Edinburgh this summer where it became the winner of the Fringe First 2011, was shortlisted for the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award 2011, and received four and five star reviews.
Uninvited Guests are showing their collaborative installation The Last Judgement: A Descriptive Lecture at Intervals twice an hour at Tate Britain between 21st Sep 2011 and 15th Jan 2012 (preview 19th September). Duncan Speakman presented his most recent subtlemob Our Broken Voice in Edinburgh this summer, and has recently moved to Gent in Belgium.
Melanie Wilson is currently touring her new show Autobiographer and Ed Collier’s collaborative project Chinaplate Theatre will be hosting Analogue and Action Hero at this year’s Darkroom: a unique development opportunity for theatre devisers.
Mind The Gap and Jez Colborne have received funding to make Irresistible (a siren symphony comprised of warning sirens, other non-traditional instruments and singing voices) part of the Cultural Olympiad. The commission will support public performances around the Southbank in London and The Cow & Calf rock formation on Ilkley Moor in West Yorkshire.