Farnham Maltings’ latest production for village halls is the acclaimed play ‘Title and Deed’ by Pulitzer Finalist Will Eno.
It’s described by the New York Times as “Gorgeously and inventively wrought”. The show will be premiering at the Maltings on the 28th of February, then tour to village halls nationwide.
We sat down with the company and get Continue Reading →
As the year comes to an end the Farnham Maltings theatre team share their highlights from 2018.
Getting Brilliance to shine. Having toured the piece last year I was determined that we should find a version that felt like ‘our’ production. And I think we largely did that. The other thing would be that I think Continue Reading →
Farnham Maltings is officially half way through their national tour of Brilliance and are receiving so much positive feedback that they just had to share with you.
The shining brilliance of ‘Brilliance’
I expect this has been said many times!
Having been moved to tears at the end of Brilliance tonight, I have been moved to write Continue Reading →
new internationalists offers four companies/theatre-makers a year of support, guidance and seed investment designed to help them internationalise their practice. The artists selected for new internationalists are Dante or Die, Milk Presents, Stand and Be Counted (SBC) and Lost Dog. We caught up with Stand and Continue Reading →read more
During your 10 years as a company what have been the high points of your careers so far?
I mean, in terms of career high points and what we’ve managed to achieve as a company, then probably getting to perform Orpheus at the Salzburg Festival and in the Royal Opera House were definitely times when we Continue Reading →read more
We recently announced Action Hero as one of our new associate companies and here is a chance for us all to get to know them better…
Can you tell us a bit about Action Hero?
We’re two artists who have been working together for 12 years. We make performances together that come in a bunch of different Continue Reading →
We recently announced Flintlock Theatre as one of our new associate companies and here is a chance for us all to get to know them better…
Can you tell us a bit about Flintlock Theatre?
We started the company in 2012 and made our first show in a room above a pub on a shoestring budget. Since Continue Reading →
After a successful 2018 caravan showcase we caught up with Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas to ask them 10 post caravan questions.
Was this your first time being part of caravan?
Yes. Although Bert had taken part in the Marketplace before with FellSwoop Theatre.
Why did you apply to be part of the showcase?
We wanted the opportunity to Continue Reading →
In the lead up to the caravan showcase we asked Lorna Rees, Artistic Director and artist of participating company Gobbledegook Theatre to answer some of our questions.
Have you attended caravan before in any capacity?
No – I’ve not, though I’ve certainly aspired to be part of it.
I have performed at Brighton Festival before with another of my Continue Reading →
Brave folk is a Nordic tale fizzing with humour about love, courage and knowing when to act. The company of five has recently finished their tour in which they performed in 22 venues across the UK. We caught up with Robert Durbin and asked him about his experience being on tour and being a part of Brave Folk.read more