caravan 2018 is a three-day showcase presenting the best new performance from England to a selection of international and national promoters and presenters, delivered by Farnham Maltings and Brighton Festival. caravan is a convivial event designed to encourage artists, commissioners, programmers and potential collaborators to explore new ways of working together, Continue Reading →
From 19th October – 17th December, Farnham Maltings Company brought their show Brilliance to village halls all over the UK. Written by Kevin Dyer and directed by Gavin Stride, Brilliance was a celebration of our ability to connect and find the light in a bright new world. Here are what some audience members thought:
“So worth coming out on a cold, Continue Reading →
Earlier this month Victoria Melody and her dad (celebrity TV antique dealer, Mike Melody) performed their new show Ugly Chief at Battersea Arts Centre and received some absolutely fantastic reviews. Here are some of the highlights:
“Messy, moving and funny. Exposes the fractures in families we often avoid expressing while we’re alive.” ★★★★The Times
“A ridiculously enjoyable show. Continue Reading →
Forty of Britain’s biggest – and smallest – arts organisations will join a flagship £1 million scheme to help end the middle class domination of the arts by employing more graduates from lower income backgrounds.
Sage Gateshead, Turner Contemporary, Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival and Farnham Maltings are amongst 40 arts organisations taking part in Continue Reading →
As part of Farnham Maltings’ international strand of work, artistic director Gavin Stride and tour associate Mark Makin attended the 10th Haevichi Arts Festival on the island of Jeju, South Korea.
Gavin Stride and I had the pleasure of being invited to the 10th Haevichi Arts Festival on the island of Jeju, South Korea. The trip Continue Reading →
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