Innovative and original theatre

Innovative and original theatre

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

The Mummers and the Pappers - A New Play coming July 28th at a NUCLEAR BUNKER!


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Tonight we don our tallow and hemp.
We dress the fool and dance the maelstrom.
Horse head cabbage head hare head ass head.
Rabbit head apple head mop head last head.
We are men of straw and string.
You walk your way to find answer or end.
We will not provide.
We will only shimmer half formed, crackling in the torchlight.
We stretch, we move in and out of dream.
The star on the floor, the antlers behind the branches.
We are the Mummers and the Pappers.

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The Mummers and the Pappers will be performing a new play written by Chris Lambert at Kelvedon Hatch Nuclear Bunker on Friday 28th July as part of The Delaware Road...

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The Delaware Road image

The Delaware Road includes performances by:
DOLLY DOLLY, HOWLROUND, TELEPLASMISTE, RADIONICS RADIO, IAN HELLIWELL, GLITCH, SAUNDERS & HILL, CONCRETISM, SIMON JAMES, THE TWELVE HOUR FOUNDATION , LOOSE CAPACITOR, DJ FOOD


Thursday, 12 November 2015

Shadows Between the Shelves - November 2015

The shadows return on Friday November 27th and Saturday 28th November...

Check out the exciting trailer by Oli Cox...

 

Sunday, 12 July 2015

Save South Street Arts Centre

Dear All,

Exiled Theatre have enjoyed the generous support of South Street Arts Centre in Reading for over ten years. It is a remarkable venue and a hub for the community. South Street Arts Centre nurtures new talent and has been a crucial element in producing new works that have won international awards. South Street Arts Centre has a rich and varied programme that acts as an antidote to the homogeneous fare served up by the Hexagon. It is vital that it be kept open so that Reading remains a vibrant, artistically diverse and exciting place to live.]

Since 2005 the following productions (many co-productions with Theale Green School) have included: The Sixth Form Festival 2005, Ship of Fools, The Simple Process of Alchemy, The Sixth Form Festival 2006, The Sixth Form Festival 2007, Hamlet, The Sixth Form Festival 2008, Loving Chopin, Local Legend (Artists in Residence Festival), Much Ado About Nuthin', The Sixth Form Festival 2009, Kill the Messenger, Funny Chekhov (Artists in Residence Festival), Deadman's Lane, The Sixth Form Festival 2010, Vampire Hospital, The Odyssey Festival, The Midwich Cuckoos, The Sixth Form Festival 2011, The James Campbell Comedy School, Poe (Artists in Residence Festival), Some Words with a Mummy, Night of the Living Dead (for Kids!), The Sixth Form Festival 2012, November the Fifth, Detention of Terror, The Sixth Form Festival 2013, Kill the Messenger, The Sixth Form Festival 2014, The Odyssey.

None of these productions would have been possible without South Street. Please support South Street by signing this petition here.

Thank you
Chris Lambert

Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Shadows Between the Shelves - Week 5

Costumes on - lines learnt - things are starting to look very promising...
 
The shadows are gathering...
 
Jack Winstanley as "The Soldier"


Jon Neill and the Librarians beat the shelves...

Erin Tingle as Nell Wooldridge




The game's afoot...

Oli Cox as Thomas of Reading

Amy Rushent as Mrs Dyer

Erin Tingle being directed by Kate Abery

Elena Martin is The Survivor

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Shadows Between the Shelves - Week 4

Beating the shelves...

The cast are getting to grips with their monologues and spaces this week. Next week they will be off script and in costume! Thanks again to the brilliant Miriam Palfrey for her photographs.

The Shadows Awaken
"I wish, I wish but it's all in vain..."


Controlling the spirits within the pages




Friday, 14 November 2014

Shadows Between the Shelves - Week 3 - Getting to know the site


There are some strange things happening at Battle Library this week. 

Thank you to Miriam Palfrey for these rehearsal pictures.