We are an associate company of Paines Plough, the national theatre of new plays. We are hugely inspired by their work and are excited to be working alongside them. You can read more about the association here.
We are a supported artist of Hull Truck Theatre, where our work includes Weekend Rockstars; an album play by Luke Barnes, which earned rave reviews as well as winning the MTN Development Award at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We have also produced Ten Storey Love Song, Apples, When You Cure Me and the 24 Hour Plays in the building.
We have strong links with Hull’s most exciting arts space, Fruit. As well as our annual pantomime and monthly quiz events we have also produced a number of shows there including Saturday Night and Sunday Morning and Modern Life Is Rubbish.
Hull City Supporters Trust
We are extremely proud to be partners with the Hull City Supporters Trust. In the future we will be working alongside the organisation to create a piece entitled City Til We Die, which will explore the passion of club supporters.
Hull City of Culture 2017 and Hull City Council
The company’s development has been aided greatly by the support of both the Hull City of Culture 2017 team and Hull City Council, without whom much of our recent output wouldn’t have been possible.
The Push Things Forward Collective
We are working alongside nabokov and Not Too Tame as part of the Push Things Forward Collective to make positive change in how theatre engages with new audiences.
In 2015, we worked closely with the HEY Smile Foundation to make that year’s pantomime a reality. As the production's principle partner, the organisation has been working tirelessly not only to help secure the funding required for this year, but helping cement the pantomime as an annual event.
We have previously worked on projects with the British Red Cross and Force-7 as well as performing at the Rugby World Cup, Freedom Festival and the 2014 FA Cup Final.