Theatre and Installation Projects
Something's Got To Give
A metatheatrical multimedia comedy
drama exploring the construction of celebrity
identity through emulations of Marilyn Monroe
and Amy Winehouse.
Written and Directed by Simon Kane
Memoirs of a Teenage Spinster
An intimate one-woman show exploring the
difficulties of being open in an image focused
Written and Performed by Elf Lyons
Captain Morgan and the Sands of Time
Come join infamous pirate Captain Morgan
and his trusty first mate Hammond as they
sail to the darkest corner of the ocean on an
extraordinary quest. Two actors. One
musician. Twenty-six characters. Twenty
minutes. It's going to be chaos.
Written and Directed by Ben Behrens
A searing adaptation of WWI poetry
into performance, asking if emotion can
ever be conducted across art and remain
entirely the same entity.
Devised and Performed by Joe Alwyn and
We Must Go Down There One Day
Two world wars, an illicit lover, five kitchens' worth of cutlery and an endless supply of Wotsits. A look into youth, age and memory.
Written and Performed by Nel Crouch
All Tucked Up
A live art installation combining soundscape and transcription to stage a situation in which issues of moral and social responsibility can be interrogated.
Created by Dorothy Cooper-Wood
The Temporal Tale of the
Tortoise and the Hare
'There was an old woman who lived in a
shoe' and was then prosecuted for breach of
planning permission. A multimedia response
to the fables of old for a modern audience.
Devised and Performed by Thomas Gilbert
and Rose Wardlaw
Turning Left is a sonic performance walk taking place at Froomsgate House in Broadmead, which blends architectural fact and fiction.
Devised by Eve Farren
In a Grave Hallowed
A graphic performance installation exploring
the dark themes of sex, violence beauty and
the grotesque in fairy tales and Disney culture.
Created by Bethany-Mae Phillips
It’s 2020. A pint costs £6.80. Binging isn’t affordable, or at least that’s the theory. Jen brings her story to an open mic night near you.
Created by Sinead Brady and Marietta
Nowhere Now Here
'Nowhere Now Here' challenges Musical Theatre conventions in this adaptation of a novel, combining verbatim practices with narrative fiction.
Created by Martin McDowell
Death and the Maiden
Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the Maiden
performed 11 times over 24 hours as an
investigation into the effects of physical
and mental fatigue.
Conceived and Directed by Ollie Gyani and
In the Frame
Does the camera lie? Where does theatre fail? This multimedia performance draws you back to 1927 to see what goes on outside the frame...
Written, Choreographed and Directed by
Liam Healey, Fiona Mackinnon and
He Had To Learn
An exploration of acting through adaptation
and animation, focusing on character
development and storytelling. Presented as
Written and Directed by Harriet Layhe
An extract from an imagined feature film
faithfully shot in the style of a British
1970s folk horror movie.
Written and Directed by Matthew Rose
and Joseph Banks
An experimental and innovative combination
of documentary film-making and sitcom
style and techniques to create an entirely
unusual and fresh improv-based comedy.
Written and Directed by Josephine Young
Upload Project 2012
An online, collaborative film project,
exploring how the Internet can be used to
create and work with an international
network of filmmakers.
Edited by Stephanie Linning, Pascale
Morrison-Derbyshire and Rose Knight
The Genius of Sherlock Holmes
Presentation looking at the BBC's Sherlock
and exploring the concept of the "genius"
and theinherent association of masculinity
that lies within it.
Created by Aida Krnic
When I Was a Youngster
‘When I was a Youngster’ is a pilot episode
for a new reality TV series that explores the
realms of fact and fiction whilst capturing life
in Halls for Bristol freshers.
Filmed and Edited by Rosie Brantingham
and Alex Sherr
It's a big year for brothers Terry and Greg; a
looming event is sure to change their lives
for better or worse. A bittersweet short film.
Written and Directed by Adam Farrell
Come To Your Senses
A live band, 2400 Watt light bulbs, and too
much toast. A multi-modal film presentation
using live, sensory stimuli to mimic
Written and Directed by
Becky Ripley and Emily Tate
Some people have a definite aptitude for
keeping others tied in Knots. Some are good
at tying, others excel at being tied. Knots, a
short animation about relationships.
Written and Directed by Francesca Murray
Come Back Home
Come Back Home is an autobiographical film
made up of entirely home videos. The piece
explores themes of family,growing up and
being let go.
Created by Jonathan Mottershead