Bucket Club is a multi-award-winning company based in the South of England, led by director Nel Crouch. Bucket Club make playful, theatrical work around mythology, identity and mundanity with live electronic music and sound design.
Shows include Lorraine & Alan, a re-telling of the Selkie myth, which won the Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence and the Musical Theatre Network Award for Innovation at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe. The Beasts was a co-commission from Latitude and the Lyric Hammersmith: an outdoor show for families that played at festivals. Launch Party was a co-production with Farnham Maltings for rural touring, in the form of a leaving party for a home-grown astronaut. Fossils was a story about the Loch Ness Monster, an evolutionary biologist and grief that played at the Edinburgh Fringe before transferring to Brits Off Broadway in 2017.
Bucket Club were the first recipients of the Farnham Maltings Fellowship Award.