A memorably intense evening about a pair of damaged souls struggling with "the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune"
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A preview of Threedumb Theatre's touring show Dog/Actor playing across the summer
As this production is revived via The Space it has been named as a finalist in no less than three OnComm categories for Off West End’s online theatre awards
During the development of digital theatre over the course of the last twelve months there have been many attempts to innovate within this new art form. What started out as a group of people sitting at home reading a script on screen soon became passe and theatre makers started to look for new angles such as adding costumes, props and background scenery. Immersive and interactive events presented online have become popular and broadcasts from empty theatres have been attempted with varying degrees of success. Above all the worlds of film and theatre have gradually started to merge until in productions such as The Picture Of Dorian Gray the two have become almost indistinguishable. Right at the forefront of the innovation throughout has been Threedumb Theatre, which has been perfecting its own signature style and whose latest piece The Black Cat opened last night.
This is the fourth in their growing…
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Poe's original texts are honoured in a solo tour de force
Pushes at the bounds of the possible in a twist on the promenade performance model
Ahead of Threedumb Theatre's latest opening night, I talk about the company's approach to online theatre with artistic director Stephen Smith
Previewing the four OnComm finalists in the "Recording post-lockdown (direct)" category
Two horror tales, one classic, one modern, which focus on man's true nature
Innovative work from Threedumb Theatre which bodes well for the future