Hi. You chose me – I’m really glad you did…we should start – ready? Howard and Rubaiyath’s let’s take a walk audio journeys are now available on the Routledge Performance Archive.
John will be joining Katharine Alston, Producer at Imperial War Museums, to present Documentary Challenge at the Heritage Dot conference on 3-4 June. They will be talking about how making Documentary Challenge was “Collaborating, not Commissioning”, giving an insight into the research and development that contributed to the successful embedding of the work long-term across […]
We have something BRILLIANT for you to do with the family this Easter holidays… head to IWM London, Duxford or North and make your own mini-documentary with your family film crew! Documentary Challenge gets you searching the Museum for stories – you choose what to film, and get your masterpiece emailed to you at the […]
Cat and John will be leading a session at Women & Power: Redressing the Balance, a conference that brings together researchers and heritage professionals to reflect on previous practice, explore the delivery of and response to events of 2018, and look forward to the future of representing women’s histories.
We are back at the Roundhouse to work with a new group of young and emerging poets, showcasing their work with the Listening Window. This year, the poets will be working with writer Karthika Nair, writer of Until the Lions, on which the forthcoming Saddlers Wells co-production is based.
Sarah and Fran will be talking about put her forward at the National Theatre’s Courage Everywhere event on Sunday 18 November. Courage Everywhere is a series of rehearsed readings, talks, and screenings that reflect and celebrate 100 years since (some) women in the UK gained the right to vote.
If you’ve been following put her forward, you will know that our mission over the last few months has been to double the number of statues of non-royal, non-mythical women in England. As you can imagine it’s been quite the whirlwind over the last few months but in short, and thanks to you… WE DID IT! […]
WE ARE ! We have hired our van, we’ve planned our snacks, we’re charging the cameras, the speakers, and paring all the Bluetooth things. We’ll be driving around the country during the Heritage Open Days weekends, 6-9 and 13-16 September, unveiling the statues of our 25 incredible women.
We’re thrilled to have been selected for the Heritage Open Days Unsung Stories commission for 2018…
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!
14-19 year-olds can now apply to work with us as part of the Wellcome Collection Raw Minds group in spring 2017.
Our new interactive audio experience, let’s take a walk, opens at the Barbican on Saturday 8th October.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
Sound the art klaxon. We’re making a brand new site-specific piece of work for The Fine Art Society as part of their major contemporary exhibition What Marcel Duchamp Taught Me. Marking the centenary of Duchamp’s readymade, we’re joining the likes of Martin Creed, James Thurgood and 47 other artists by responding to the exhibition title.
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, […]
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.