To Move In Time, is a monologue written by Tim Etchells for performer Tyrone Huggins
In our latest production a troupe of hapless clowns do their unlevel best to get along and pass the time.
Returning to our 1998 performance Dirty Work, we have created a new version of the piece that digs deeper into the comical and unsettling territory.
Forced Entertainment's hallucinatory new work about optimism, individual agency and the desire for change
All of the Shakespeare plays condensed into a series of 36 forty five minute works played out on a one metre square tabletop
A unique and compelling performance based on the award-winning novel The Notebook (1986), by Hungarian writer Ágota Kristóf
A solo, improvised text performance by Tim Etchells based on jump-cutting, looping and re-inventing material from his notebooks
Two performers imagine a multitude of hypothetical futures in this low-fi theatrical explosion
“Socks are gloves for the feet. Snow is cold. Water is the same thing as ice. In America things are bigger”
A comical and poignant text by Tim Etchells for young performers aged 8 – 15
And On The Thousand Night... a long, mutating and endlessly self-cancelling story that seems to include many — if not all — of the stories in the world
Part game, part improvisation, Quizoola! is a six hour durational performance based on a text of 2000 questions
Speak Bitterness shows a group of penitents whose enormous task it is to confess to everything