FUSE Festival: Interview with Significant Other

Over the next couple of weeks we will be be catching up with the participants of FUSE Festival and finding out a bit more about them and their work! We caught up with Significant Other - who will be performing their new work-in-progress 'Castles Palaces Castles'... Q1. In 3 words describe your theatre company: Cinematic, discordant, intricate Q2. How did you meet? We met on the MA Advanced Theatre Practice at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and built our collaborative practice in workshops, rehearsal rooms and the pub. Q3. What was your inspiration for creating this piece of theatre? ‘In a dream I had built a palace… I told no one about it for fear of being ridiculed and I felt

FUSE Festival: Interview with Dollybox

Over the next few weeks we will be be catching up with the participants of FUSE Festival and finding out a bit more about them and their work! Next up on the hot-seat is Dollybox - who will be performing their new work-in-progress 'COPYRIGHT'... Q1. In 3 words describe your theatre company: Visual, political, feminist. Q2. How did you meet? We met when we were both at Rose Bruford College. Q3. What was your inspiration for creating this piece of theatre? Understanding (challenging, and redefining) female identity is a popular and important movement today, and we want to delve into the conversations that are happening surrounding this and contribute to its growing momentum. Q4. Can you tell u

FUSE Festival: Interview with Paperback

Photo Credit: Bea Cadwallader Over the next few weeks we will be be catching up with the participants of FUSE Festival and finding out a bit more about them and their work! Next up on the hot-seat is Paperback - who will be performing their new work-in-progress 'Me and My Doll'... Q1. In 3 words describe your theatre company Clever, Funny, Irreverent Q2. How did you meet? We met whilst studying at the University of Warwick. It has an incredible student drama scene which is really supportive of new work. This encouraged us to start messing around with some ideas and the company formed from there. Q3. What was your inspiration for creating this piece of theatre? RomComs! As a company we're r

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