10 January 2017
Theatre, Young People

GROUND CONTROLLERS aged 7-12 – you are needed in Manchester and London this February half term to decide the fate of your very own brand new planet!

12 December 2016
Museum, Young People

14-19 year-olds can now apply to work with us as part of the Wellcome Collection Raw Minds group in spring 2017.

21 October 2016
Sited

let’s take a walk is open for 6 months, but there will be some times when it will be closed. Here they are:

22 September 2016
Sited

Our new interactive audio experience, let’s take a walk, opens at the Barbican on Saturday 8th October.

21 July 2016
Hi tech

If you’re reading this, you’re doing it on our new website? What do you think? Head to the contact page to let us know.

23 May 2016
Sited

JOIN US FOR A FREE WORKSHOP AT THE BARBICAN! “If we had some time together, where would you take us? What would we do? What would we talk about?” We are returning to the Barbican this October with a new interactive experience for the foyers and public areas.

30 July 2015
Theatre, Young People

CALLING ALL ADVENTURERS! ground control, our interactive mission for 7-12 year-olds is zooming round the UK this Spring and beyond. We’ve already had a great time making new planets in Brighton, Bath and London, and now the kids-only mission is back! Here’s what some past ground controllers have had to say about the show: “It’s […]

1 July 2015
Theatre, Young People

The interactive show for adventurers aged 7-12, ground control, will be at London’s National Theatre on 22-23 and 30-31 August. There will be three shows a day in the spanking new Duffield Studio and tickets are going fast so click here to book your place! Head over to the project page so see photos and […]

21 May 2015
Hi tech, Sited, Theatre

We’ve opened our latest piece a thing worth keeping at the New Vic theatre in Stoke-on-Trent as part of their Hoard Festival – a series of theatre pieces inspired by the Staffordshire Hoard.

2 February 2015
Hi tech, Theatre

We’re excited that following our run at The Roundhouse mountaineering is off to co-commissioners Salisbury Playhouse from 5 – 7 March. “mountaineering has an attentive, thoughtful intensity that honours its subject matter… It’s never too late to change direction.

11 December 2014
Hi tech, Museum

everything unknown is our first international commission for Fringe World in Perth, Western Australia presented by Gettin’ Hectic. ”On the other side of the world someone stands alone on a beach… …Where they are, it’s cold, there’s a breeze, the sea moves towards the shore and the sky is grey.

21 October 2014
Hi tech, Theatre

mountaineering is our brand new show, which is coming to the Roundhouse in February 2015. You can get your tickets here, and here are some words to tantalise you: ”When do you choose your future? Some choices were small, some were big, and some didn’t even feel like choices.

13 October 2014
Hi tech, Sited

Following on from April’s untitled (audio with pen) we’re returning to The Other Art Fair at the Truman Brewery THIS WEEK from Thursday 16 – Sunday 19 October with a new interactive performance event that questions who the artists are after all.

ground control
15 April 2014
Theatre, Young People

ground control, our brand new show for eight to 11 year olds, will be premiering at Hijack Children’s Festival 2014 in April. It’s you and your friends, in one room, and Ground Control is asking for your help.

Hi tech, Sited

We’ll be at The Other Art Fair on Thursday 24 April (evening PV), and all day on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 April, with a brand new, 10-minute audio work. The Other Art Fair showcases the top 100 unrepresented artists in London.

24 July 2013
Hi tech, Theatre

non zero one are delighted to remount hold hands / lock horns for Nesta’s FutureFest at Shoreditch Town Hall. The two-day festival on 28 and 29 September is an immersive experience of what the world might feel like over the next few decades, curated by musician and author Pat Kane, with leading figures from science, […]

1 July 2013
Theatre

non zero one are continuing our residency at Royal Holloway for another year and will be the Resident Theatre Company for 2013-14. We have really enjoyed our first year in the drama department and next year we will continue to teach devising courses to undergraduate students.