All In is a wild ride through vastly different worlds where everyday situations take unexpected turns into the absurd and intimate.
At our open auditions, interviews and information sessions you will find out about the wide range of MA and BA Performance and Design, Management and Technical Arts degree courses available at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, London’s International Drama School.
Mauro Paccagnella and Alessandro Bernardeschi
With their friendship and complicity spanning almost two decades, Mauro Paccagnella and Alessandro Bernardeschi meet again to dance together.
A rich contemporary performance collage of film scripts, pop songs, advertisements, elaborate costumes and dance reassembled to challenge the treatment of women’s bodies as spectacle in popular culture.
Brokentalkers & Junk Ensemble
It Folds is a poignant, humorous portrait of death, grief, beauty and the extremes of the human condition from two of Ireland’s leading performance companies.
OOAAFLT mixes contemporary dance with storytelling and comedy to question what is cool these days. In this semi-autobiographical show Lewys considers which is more important to him: to be cool or to be himself.
Kallo Collective in association with Aurora Nova
Only Bones is an award-winning new production by New Zealanders Thomas Monckton and Gemma Tweedie and Finland-based physical theatre company Kallo Collective. It uses body manipulation and bendy physicality to create an original piece of physical theatre.
The Flanagan Collective and Joanne Hartstone
A brand new fantastical fusion of spoken word, dance and a heavy, soulful soundtrack from the critically acclaimed, international award-winning company behind Beulah, Babylon and Fable.
An ingenious, wordless story featuring physical theatre, puppetry, and a giant pile of clothes.
Offsite and outdoor performance installation inspired by Victorian spirit photography and belief in the afterlife. Set in a unique location in the Scottish Borders, Dudendance’s new production is a ghostlike vision with white dressed figures emerging through the landscape around Haining House and grounds.
Men have all the power. John and John keep hearing people say that men have all the power, but it doesn’t feel like that to them.
A ludicrous and inventive interpretation of the Brontë myth, taking the real and imaginary worlds of the Yorkshire siblings as inspiration. With only a handful of props, two performers deconstruct not only gothic themes of love, madness and revenge, but also themselves.