The Point Announces its New Associate Artists

September 30th, 2012 by

The Point, an Eastleigh arts venue/centre with a strong connection to total theatre work, has announced the four Associate Artists it will work with from October 2012. These are: James Wilton – ‘A graduate of the London Contemporary Dance School, James makes highly physical dance, often played out against pumping original soundtracks. He has already won […]

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Total Theatre Awards – 2012 Winners Announced

August 24th, 2012 by

The winners of the Total Theatre Awards 2012 were announced at a ceremony at the Hunt and Darton Cafe on Thursday 23 August. Six shows were awarded across three categories:   Emerging Companies/Artists: XXXO (Belgium) Charlotte De Bruyne & Nathalie Marie Verbeke, Supported by Ontroerend Goed & Richard Jordan, in association with Pleasance (Pleasance Courtyard)   […]

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Total Theatre Awards 2012 Shortlist Announced

August 16th, 2012 by

Following a rigorous two-week selection process led by a large team of assessors the shortlist for the 2012 Total Theatre Awards has been announced. As ever, the shortlist is actually quite long – this year with 28 productions nominated across three categories. There will now be a week of judging culminating in a ceremony at […]

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Hatch: Twelve – Call for Submissions (Leicester)

August 2nd, 2012 by

Nottingham-based collaborative organisation Hatch is now seeking submissions for Hatch: Twelve, a 12 hour marathon event (lasting from 11am to 11pm) at Embrace Arts in Leicester 14 October 2012. Hatch: Twelve will feature a performance of Third Angel and mala vaodora’s epic Story Map and new work from Nottingham-based live artist Annette Foster, but the organisers are also looking […]

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Made in Scotland

July 30th, 2012 by

Providing a curated path through the wild woods of the Edinburgh Fringe, this year Made in Scotland is presenting a mini-programme of twelve theatre and dance productions selected by their panel of programmers, cultural managers and commentators. As ever, the shows with an interdisciplinary background are of most interest to TTR – this time Caroline Bowditch’s Leaving Limbo […]

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