15th August, 2017
We will work with young women from the Hong Kong Baptist University and members of the local community to bring this epic play to the festival.
Actors Touring Company presents the best in international contemporary theatre, on tour in the UK and internationally.
The company produces the most innovative scripts from abroad, often commissioning its own translations and creating work collaboratively with artists from the UK and overseas.
We will work with young women from the Hong Kong Baptist University and members of the local community to bring this epic play to the festival.
So pleased to announce we will be co-producing The Brothers Size with the Young Vic at the start of next year, the production is in celebration of ATC's 40th year and will form part of David Lan's final season.
This now iconic play by Tarell Alvin McCraney, will be directed by ATC’s former Artistic Director Bijan Shebani.
Following two sell out tours in 2016 and an extended run at the Young Vic, London we are pleased to announce that Living with the Lights on will be touring the UK and Europe this Autumn.
Coming to a town near you!
HighTide Festival, Aldeburgh (15 Sep)
Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol (18 - 22 Sep)
Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond (24 Sep)
Espoo City Theatre, Helsinki (12-14 Oct)
Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh (17 - 19 Oct)
Citizens Theatre, Glasgow (20 - 21 Oct)
Teatre Lliure, Barcelona (26 - 29 Oct)
Warwick Arts Centre (1-4 Nov)
Crucible Studio, Sheffield (6-7 Nov)
Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough (10-11 Nov)
The Suppliant Women will open the Dublin Theatre Festival this autumn and you can be part of it! We are recruiting a volunteer community cast of men and women, including a chorus of young local women, aged 16-25 to take on this bold production
This passionate reimagining of an ancient Greek play in response to an urgent contemporary issue. In Aeschylus’ original text fifty women flee across the Mediterranean to escape forced marriages. They appeal for protection and asylum in Greece, placing their fates in the hands of its citizens. It is one of the oldest surviving plays in existence and a story for our time.
This is your chance to be part of the voice of Dublin which will be heard on stage telling a 2,500 year old story that resonates for Europe today.
The deadline for applications is Monday, 3 July 2017. For any further queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are extremly pleased to announce that we will be reviving The Suppliant Women as the opening show of this year's Dublin Theatre Festival. Honoured to be part of the festival, and excited to work with the people of Dublin on this exhilarating show.
Delighted to welcome Alice Malin, who joins us as Associate Director. Our Associate scheme has been running since 2012 and Alice is the third emerging director to benefit from this 18-month training residency.
Alice, who takes up post in June, was selected from nearly 150 applicants. Her experience includes director credits at a range of small-scale venues and assistant directing with Terry Hands, Adrian Noble and Dominic Dromgoole at companies including Chichester Festival Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and Clwyd Theatr Cymru.
Ramin Gray will joining a panel of performance practitioners, academics and policy makers who work in and between British and European stages, to consider the opportunities and responsibilities of theatre in a post-Brexit society, and ask how we can continue to foster international relationships. This symposium will explore what Brexit means for the theatre industry at home and abroad. As the UK enters unchartered territory, this event aims to contribute creatively and productively to conversations about the relationship between Britain and Europe, theatre and society.
Hosted by the V&A on Saturday 22 April, 10.30 – 17.15.
ATC is looking for an emerging director to join us as our Trainee Associate.
The post is an opportunity to make the move from ‘assistant’ to ‘associate’ through embedding in one of the UK’s leading contemporary theatre producers.
Check out our recruitment page for more details
Closing date is March 13.
The Actors Touring Company, Young Vic and Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh production will be made with a new community cast especially for the Young Vic.
Dates for your dairy: 13 - 25 November 2017
★★★★ Evening Standard
★★★★ The Stage
The productions runs until Saturday 11 Feb and tickets are selling fast, so catch it while you can.
Happy New Year everyone!
What an exciting year we have ahead of us, kick starting with our new production Winter Solstice, in co-production with the Orange Tree Theatre. The productions responds to the resurgence of the far-right in some European countries and coincides with the inauguration of President Donald J Trump. Previews start on Thursday 12 Jan and the production runs until Saturday 11 Feb.
Then for our Northern supporters we have The Suppliant Women, taking place at the Royal Exchange Theatre, from 10 March - 1 April. As we have previously done in Edinburgh, Belfast and Newcastle we will be working with people from across the city to put local communities at the heart of the story. This weekend we are running the first workshops in Manchester to get the ball rolling.
Not too shabby for early Jan, watch this space for more information on other projects and news on Living with the Lights on.
So much for winding down for the end of the year, at ATC we are still full steam ahead, after a great week at the Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter, Living with the Lights on opens at the Young Vic on Wed 7 Dec and plays until Fri 23 Dec. Mark featured in the Guardian last week talking about his experience with mental health, you can read his fascinating article here, and if you wanna hear more about his story then book your tickets now before they are all gone!
Three fab shows to look forward to, merry christmas one and all!
Lots going on at the ATC HQ. Living with the Lights on opens at the Bike Shed, Exeter this week ansd runs till Sat 3 Dec, then runs at the Young Vic, London from the 7 - 23 Dec. Book your tickets, before they all go!
The Supliant Women has finished for 2016, we are already having exciting conversations about what might happen to it in 2017, so keep a look out for news to come! Meanwhile we have lots of other things going on; Living with the Ligths on returns this December to the Bike Shed, Exeter and an extended run at the Young Vic. Also we are working in Co-production with the Orange Tree on Winter Solstice, which opens in Ricmond on 12 January. There's alot going on and we are loving it!
The reveiws are in and we couldn't be happier, check out what people have to say about The Suppliant Women
Check out our lastest video. Director Ramin Gray, Writer David Greig, Composer John Browne, Choreographer Sasha Milavic Davies and the Community Chorus of Edinburgh talk about the how and why they've made The Suppliant Women together. Previews start this Saturday!
We’re sorry to say that the lovely Ed Sayer has had to leave The Suppliant Women due to unforeseen personal circumstances. All good wishes to Ed.
But we’re glad to report that Oscar Batterham will be joining the cast to play the King. Welcome, Oscar.
Check out our rehearsal shots of The Suppliant Women. Not long now, get your tickets before they are all gone! We will be in Edinburgh at the start of October, then Belfast and last but not least Newcastle.
Delighted to announce the casting for The Suppliant Women. Omar Ebrahim, Edward Sayer and Gemma May will be joined by a chours of young women from Edinburgh, Belfast and Newcastle! Catch it this Autumn
Fascinating interview with Mark Lockyer in The Stage this week. Mark returns to ATC with Living with the Lights On in Nov/ Dec. Check it out here
We’re thrilled to announce our Autumn 16/Spring 17 productions.
2 world premieres, 3 coproductions & a return for a Spring 16 hit show.....click here for more details
So excited to announce the creative team that brought you The Events will be reunited this Autumn with a new production The Suppliant Women.
We can’t wait to announce our future productions later this month. Watch this space!
The 5-star Living with the Lights On has reached the end of its Spring tour.
Over for now, but more soon. In the meantime, have a look at some responses to the show over on our blog.
Really happy to announce Andrew Smaje will be joining the company as Executive Director from Monday 21st March. Read more about him here
Meet Mark in our Living with the Lights On trailer! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhJdSw0S05M
Not long now till our new show Living with the Lights On heads out on tour. Catch it in Exeter, Oxford, Liverpool and London.
We are seeking applications for the position of Executive Director to work alongside the company’s Artistic Director Ramin Gray. This is an exciting opportunity for a theatre producer with a minimum of three years relevant experience who is passionate about new international work and touring.
For more details please visit our recruitment page
The Events enjoyed a fantastic run at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, and cast and crew are safely home. Watch this space for news about our latest production.
Martyr by Marius von Mayneburg is now in it's last week. Catch it at the Theatre Royal Plymouth from Tuesday 20th - Saturday 24th October at 7.45pm.
Martyr by Marius von Mayneburg moves on to Edinburgh today, catch it at The Traverse from Thursday 15th - Saturday 17th October at 7.30pm.
Following critical acclaim at the Unicorn Theatre, Martyr by Marius von Mayneburg is now on tour. Starting at The North Wall, Oxford on Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th October. Then on to The Traverse, Edinburgh at the end of the week and Plymouth Theatre Royal next week. For more details click here
Martyr by Marius von Mayneburg is now playing at the Unicorn Theatre until Saturday 10th October. Then heads out on tour, taking in Oxford, Edinburgh and Plymouth, for more details click here
The show that keeps on giving; The Events returns to the U.S. visiting the Curran Theatre in San Francisco and the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis until 2nd November, find out more here
Rehearsals have started for Martyr by Marius von Mayneburg. Full casting has now been announced, for more details click here
Our next production will be Martyr by Marius von Mayneburg. It will open in September 2015. For more details click here.
The Events finished its run at the New York Theatre Workshop. You can read the New York Times review here.
The Events will be presented at the New York Theatre Workshop from the 12th February until the 22nd March 2015.
Die Ereignisse (The Events) has won the prestigious Nestroypreis for the Best Play.
The Events is about to head off on an international tour. See our Current Productions page for dates.
The Events and Blind Hamlet are both touring the UK this autumn!
One week left to wait until Blind Hamlet opens at the Assembly Roxy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Join our Facebook event to get your tickets....
Only two weeks until Blind Hamlet heads to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to perform at Assembly Roxy this summer. Head over to their website to book your tickets now!
The Events returns to the Young Vic this week....
Blind Hamlet previews at the LIFT 2014 Festival's After A War programme, which takes over the Battersea Arts Centre next week from the 27th June - 29th June.
The New York Times loves us too! Check out STEVEN McELROY's piece on The Events, which makes its International debut into America from June 24 at the International Festival of Art & Ideas in New Haven... Click here to read the full article.
The Events rehearsals with Derbhle Crotty & Clifford Samuel are well underway. Check out our Facebook page for some pics!
The deadline for our Trainee Associate Directors Scheme is today. Get your applications in!
Rehearsals with the cast of Chorale, ATC's co-production with Presence Theatre, have begun. Stay tuned for more news.
Rehearsals with the new cast of The Events are now underway! Check our Facebook and Twitter for updates and photos.
We are looking for rehearsal guests to sit in The Events rehearsals on 5th, 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th and 12th March. There are two available slots per day: 10am - 1.30pm and 2.30pm - 6pm. If you are interested, email Camilla at email@example.com stating your preferred date and time.
The Events has a new cast! Fresh from the award-winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Amanda Drew will join the show as Claire and Clifford Samuel, who has worked with The Wooster Group and RSC, will play The Boy.
The New York Times named The Events Best New Play yet to play in New York.
The Events has been named number one in Best theatre of 2013 by The Guardian.
The Events has been nominated for Best New Play in Whats on Stage awards 2014. Click here and vote now!
Ramin Gray, Hofesh Shechter and Simon Stephens are planning a new production in 2015 that seeks to combine dance and text. Seventeen is an experiment in form and content that will explore the inevitable decay of all living things.
We are looking for brave and engaged performers who feel equally at home expressing themselves physically and verbally. The show might involve nudity and delivering written text.
We will be meeting performers between December 11 and 20, 2013 in London.
If you are interested, please submit your CV and availability between the outlined dates to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Events is back on tour! Check your nearest venue and get your tickets here.
The Events is now at London's Young Vic until the 2nd of November. Head here to get your tickets!
We are currently in New York, developing new work by Russian-speaking playwrights.
The Events has won Carol Tambor Award which gives the show an opportunity to be presented in New York.
Neve McIntosh, star of The Events, has been nominated for Best Actress at The Stage Awards 2013.
We're giving away a limited number of FREE TICKETS to see CHORALE - A SAM SHEPARD ROADSHOW at The Bussey Building for tomorrow's performances (Wednesday 18th June). Head to our Facebook or Twitter page to find out more....
ATC's The Events airs on BBC Radio 4 tonight at 9 pm!
The Events is well underway at The Young Vic, and we are starting to receive some lovely reviews! Check out this one from The Londonist...