I have been creating theatre in Swindon now for over 10 years and if there is one thing I have learned in that time, it is that Swindon is bursting with creativity. So why then is the idea that Swindon needs to improve its culture still a prevailing part of the town’s...

It’s June. It is cloudy. The rain falls relentlessly.  The mood throughout the country is sombre and the dread of yet another generation defining vote looms over us.  So, it’s no surprise that at times like this we look back, through rose tinted glasses, to better time...

Performing at Edinburgh Fringe had always been on our theatrical bucket list but, had always felt too great a challenge… we’d heard too many stories of low audience numbers (an average of 6 members of audience I seem to remember being told) and guaranteed loss of money...

I’ve lived in Swindon, on and off, for most of my life and if there’s one thing you learn growing up in this town, it’s that when we talk about Swindon, we tend to do so with just a pinch of negativity, describing it as this grey cultureless wasteland, because that’s w...

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