Friday, 13 March, 2015

A Younger Theatre and New Diorama are delighted to announce the full line-up of companies that will be performing as part of the second INCOMING Festival.

Programmed from across the country, INCOMING Festival celebrates the very best work being made by the most talented emerging theatre companies in the UK today.

With all tickets just £5, audiences at INCOMING Festival will get a chance to enjoy 23 theatre companies presenting a mix of outstanding work from the last year – such as On The Run’s So It Goes (★★★★★ “An extraordinary debut” The Times) and Fellswoop’s Ablutions (★★★★★ The Skinny) alongside a selection of high profile world premieres – such as a first chance to see new shows from Kandinsky (★★★★★ The Independent) with Dog Show and Curious Directive (“a bright young company” The Guardian) with the first outing of Bellwether.

INCOMING Festival has partnered with the Peter Brook Awards to further celebrate the achievements of early-career theatre companies from across the UK with the formation of the Peter Brook Festival Award. Each INCOMING festival, the three companies presenting the best shows, chosen by our panel, are shortlisted and the winner announced at the main Peter Brook Award ceremony at the National Theatre Studio.

The 2014 winners of the Peter Brook Festival Award were the comic theatre company Kill The Beast with He Had Hairy Hands (who, after selling-out both shows at INCOMING, went on to be nominated at the Manchester Theatre Awards). They will return with the production at INCOMING 2015.

The full line up of INCOMING Festival 2015 includes: 

Monday 1 June
7pm || Project Haha by Remote Control
8.30pm || Odyssey by The Sleeping Trees

Tuesday 2 June
7pm || So It Goes by On The Run
8.30pm || Locus Amoenus by Atres Bandes

Wednesday 3 June
7pm || You Must Be The One To Bury Me by Babel Theatre
8.30pm || Islands by Fine Mess Theatre

Thursday 4 June
7pm || Goodstock by Lostwatch
8.30pm || Show Off by Figs In Wigs

Friday 5 June
7pm || In Our Hands by Smoking Apples
8.45pm || Some People Talk About Violence by Barrel Organ

Saturday 6 June
5pm || Bellwether by Curious Detective
7pm || Women's Hour by Sh!t Theatre
8.30pm || Weekend Rockstars by Middle Child
2, 3, 4pm @ Oxfam Goodge St || Skirts, Shirts and Vintage Dresses by Roaring Girls

Sunday 7 June
5pm || Dog Show by Kandinsky
7pm || Then Silence by Empty Deck
8.45 || He Had Hairy Hands by Kill The Beast

Monday 8 June
7pm || Abultions by Fell Swoop Theatre
8.30pm || Get A Round by Eggs Collective

Tuesday 9 June
7pm || ANGRY by Pub Corner Poets
8.30pm || 64 Squares by Rhum and Clay

Wednesday 10 June
7pm || Beans on Toast by Patch of Blue
8.30pm || The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha by Little Soldiers

As before, a full programme of workshops will run alongside the performances.


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