How far would you go to get the house you want? We have the pleasure to announce that Chiraz is cast as Mad’moiselle Luce in the French play Radieuse Vermine which, for the first time, will be performed in French in Paris. Radieuse Vermine is a dark comedy that tests us, shows us to what lengths […]
We are excited to announce that our very own Lory will not only act in ‘A Collection of Refugee Stories’ but she also co-produced this astounding piece of art! On World Refugee day, seven London actors from different cultural backgrounds bring to you three short plays that explore the social, economic and political struggles of […]
Treat yourself this festive season and be among one of the firsts to see the short film “Breaking Point”, produced by and starring Lory Simonetti, at the Tristan Bates Theatre this Wednesday 20th December, at 9pm. For more information about the event and to book tickets, click here.
RICH CREATIVE returns to The Cockpit to showcase four exciting new writing talents whose work has been picked to be further developed from their sell-out feminist scratch night, The Female Gaze & Other Stories. The writers have had shows performed at Theatre 503, The Pleasance, Etcetera Theatre, have worked with High Tide, and have been long-listed for […]
Chiraz and Hervé sent us some photos from their exciting production of The Tempest. “Singing and leviation, done!” “Still in levitation, understood the fun way that acting on aerial equipement is not that easy but surely fun.” “In Rehearsal.”
Ingvild and Calin did a funny commercial for McDonald’s a while back and the buy-out has been extended for another year. Watch it here.
Starbound Theatre, Martha’s theatre company, are putting on the play Pizza Man by Darlene Craviotto at the Etcetera Theatre December 5-9th. Starbound Theatre is a brand new, international, London based theatre company exploring the theme of identity. Dark and riotously funny, the Pizza Man is as relevant today as it was when first performed in […]
Lory Simonetti just finished shooting a music video for Blaise Pascal, directed by Yan Murawksi. Lory:”… we shot scenes underwater.”