Our biggest show to date, Regeneration follows three characters at various points from the 19th century to the near future (stopping off in Canada, Berlin, New York, Leeds and Shoreditch along the way) as we explore regeneration, gentrification and what makes a place ‘home’. It also involves words previously spoken by Boris Johnson, a fairytale, a riot and a lot of Lego.
Regeneration is supported by Rich Mix and will première in May 2015. You can read more about it here.
When Charlie Met Joan
Over the course of several months Charlie Whitworth has been meeting his MP Joan Ruddock. The result of this, When Charlie Met Joan, explores both the career of a woman who has sat in Parliament since 1987 and the possibility of political engagement when no one seems to be listening.
When Charlie Met Joan was developed with support from the Bike Shed Theatre will première in Summer 2015.
you, me and the way the world ends
Continuing WBN’s history of storytelling, you, me and the way the world ends is story about best friends, dinosaurs, bees, disaster movies, teenage parties, fear and the science of the end of the world.
you, me and the way the world ends developed with support from the West Yorkshire Playhouse and the Bike Shed Theatre and will première in Summer 2015.
We’ve also got a couple of existing shows you should expect to see pop up in 2015 as they undertake further tours:
Beneath the Albion Sky
Mixing travelogue with historical fact (and fantasy) Beneath the Albion Sky is our award-winning walking story about our relationship with England’s past, the landscape around us and the things our bodies and imaginations do to cope with loss. Click here for more details.
Joseph Mills Presents…Reasons For Listing: 16 Facts and One Story About Things That Make Me Happy
Created with users of Flickr, Reasons For Listing is a monologue for public spaces about growing up, being different and the things that make us happy. Click here for more info.