projects

VINTAGE HUMANS FESTIVAL Sunday 1th May at 3pm and 7pm Monday 2th May at 12pm (doors open half an hour before the performance) Southwark Playhouse, 77 – 85 Newington Causeway, SE1 6BD Tickets £10   The Equilibrium are proud to present VINTAGE HUMANS an intergenerational scratch festival celebrating what we gain with age. Click here to buy tickets  http://southwarkplayhouse.co.uk/events/vintage-humans/
VINTAGE HUMANS Sunday 6th September 2015 at 3pm (doors open at 2.30pm) So and So Arts Club, no.6 Frederick’s Place, EC2R 8AB Tickets £10   The Equilibrium are proud to present VINTAGE HUMANS a pilot event that celebrates what we gain with age, whilst bringing generations together. Click here to buy tickets  http://buytickets.at/thesoandsoartsclub/30969 Click here to sign up to the guest list for screening of “Eighty What” http://buytickets.at/thesoandsoartsclub/30970
PATINA AND TEXTURE R&D – 12th June 2015 at English Touring Theatre The lovely team at ETT gave us a rehearsal space for a day to explore the themes in our project Patina and Texture. With our fantastic actors, resident writer – Caitlin Shannon, and associate artist, Scott Le Crass directing, we improvised and interrogated what people gain with age.  So much to think about! Come along to our pilot event VINTAGE HUMANS to see what we came up with.
THE BENDS R&D at English Touring Theatre on ‘The Bends” by Megan Mostyn Brown. 9th June 2015 A reunion of college friends in Chicago.  Are the mid-thirties the new mid-life crisis? Where should you be by time you’re 35?  Are you living the dreams you had starting out in adult life? Mostyn-Brown pitches these prevailant questions and much more during the course of one alcohol filled night.
A BITE OF THE BIG APPLE Our first production – a unique and innovative trans-Atlantic event. In partnership with New York based company New Light Theater Project and Southwark Playhouse, we are creating immersive events on both sides of the Atlantic: an evening of Americana in London, and an evening of Britannica in New York. We are delighted to present 5 premieres in London and 5 premieres in New York, showcasing the best new writing from one cultural capital to audiences in the other. This isn’t sit down and stare theatre – we want to show our audience a good time, make them feel involved and have a really great night out.