Farnham Maltings is looking to commission and present a new piece of theatre which will be created and performed by elders from the Farnham area.
What is ‘My Shout’?
This new creation will be one of four pieces of art created by elders for ‘My Shout’, a Celebrating Age project (an initiative funded Continue Reading →
Following on from its London run in 2016 at the Orange Tree Theatre, Jess and Joe Forever will play at the Traverse Theatre and features the same cast and creative team.
Meet Jess and Joe. They want to tell you their story. Joe is Norfolk born and bred. Jess holidays there with her au pair. They Continue Reading →
We are looking to appoint a new Marketing Coordinator for house. This role works across the whole network supporting both touring companies and venue marketing teams as well as leading on all audience development initiatives. We are looking for someone with 2 years experience in an arts role, with excellent communication skills and knowledge Continue Reading →read more
We’re just back from a research trip for our new project ‘Oh Europa’. Next year we’re going to drive continuously for six months through Europe in an RV, making a piece as we go. So thanks to some funding from Arts Council England and support from Farnham Maltings (UK), Vooruit (BE), Matchbox (DE) and Continue Reading →read more
“Completely inspiring two days […] I feel energised and excited about my own paths.” Participant, Advancing Artists in Surrey 2017
“We’ve been given such a golden opportunity through this course […] Sky’s the limit!” Rachel Burn, Advancing Artists in Surrey 2017
Last week saw the first 2 days of Advancing Artists in Surrey: Working In A Social Context. Continue Reading →
Jess Daniels, Assistant Director of Jess and Joe Forever
One of the highlights of 2016 was Jess and Joe Forever, a co-production with the Orange Tree Theatre which also toured to (most rural) UK venues. Recently we caught up with Jess Daniels, the Assistant Director (a role which was Continue Reading →
Rhys Isaac-Jones and Nicola Coughlan in Jess and Joe Forever. Photography credit: The Other Richard
Jess and Joe Forever, a recent co-production between Farnham Maltings and Orange Tree Theatre, is currently on tour. When the company was in Richmond, Orange Tree Theatre’s Literary Associate Guy Jones talked with writer, Zoe Cooper, and director, Derek Bond, about romcoms, Ovid Continue Reading →