A play becomes a piece of theatre when it is performed.
This is a chance to learn more about how lighting, sound and simple staging affect narrative, character and construction of images.
This workshop is for writers and theatre makers. We will directly connect writing exercises to staging images using sound, ighting and design. The workshop will be led by our Artistic Director, Sophie Motley, Playwright and Associate Artist, Tim Foley and our Technical Manager, Sam Eccles.
The Board of Pentabus Theatre Company are delighted to announce the appointment of Sophie Motley as the company’s new Artistic Director. Sophie will succeed Elizabeth Freestone who, after five years... more
We've announced our brand new season for 2016. You can read all about each show in our Pentabus 2016 Season presse release, or browse the shows on our current productions page to explore tour dates,... more
Following on from the success of last year's Young Writers Festival, Pentabus Theatre Company is thrilled to announce Red Sky at Night, six interconnected monologues written by the 2nd generation of... more
Pentabus Theatre Company is delighted to announce:
JOE WHITE has won a bursary under the Channel 4 Playwrights Scheme
From January 2015, Joe will spend a year with Pentabus as writer in residence.... more
The play that earned emerging playwright Simon Longman a Channel 4 bursary returns to stages up and down the country this Spring as Pentabus tour this comic and moving depiction of rural unemployment... more
In the year of its 40th birthday, the nation’s rural theatre company brings a new work from Harold Pinter prize winning playwright Rory Mullarkey to village halls across the country.
The play will be... more