13 March 2022
We're hosting a social and networking event!
When VAULT Festival 2022 was cancelled, we realised we missed out on the chance to meet other emerging creatives. So, we've decided to make up for it ourselves!
Thanks to the generous support of Glass House, we're hosting a free social event at the Common Counter, on April 6th, 7:00pm. This is for queer creatives and those who have been impacted by the VAULT cancellation, but everyone is welcome!
10 March 2022
We have received ACE funding for our rescheduled VAULT show!
We are delighted to share that we have received public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England to produce our VAULT transfer run of Selected Recordings of Us. We are so grateful to our partners the Rosemary Branch Theatre, Glass House, Boundless Theatre, and Raze Collective.
Tickets are now live and you can book yours here!
30 January 2022
Our VAULT run has found a new home at the Rosemary Branch Theatre
Following the cancellation of VAULT Festival 2022, we are proud to announce that Selected Recordings of Us has been rescheduled at the Rosemary Branch Theatre.
You can catch our show between April 19th and 23rd at 7:30pm. Tickets are now live and you can book yours here!
23 November 2021
Selected Recordings of Us is going to VAULT Festival!
We are so thrilled to share that our show Selected Recordings of Us has been programmed as part VAULT Festival, the UK's leading independent showcase of live performance and artistic talent.
You can catch our show between February 8th and 13th at the Crypt (times vary). Tickets are now live and you can book yours here!
31 August 2021
LONDON / LONDRA is programmed as part of the INTO VIEW Festival at the Peltz Gallery
Undone Theatre are proud to share that Gabriele Uboldi's LONDON / LONDRA has been programmed as part of the Peltz Gallery's INTO VIEW Festival.
On September 23rd at 3pm, you'll be able to experience Uboldi's entire immersive project for free. Tickets are available now on the Peltz Gallery website.
29 July 2021
LONDON / LONDRA is programmed as part of the Bloomsbury Festival
Undone Theatre are proud to share that Gabriele Uboldi's LONDON / LONDRA has been programmed as part of the Bloomsbury Festival.
In a one-off event with Bloomsbury Radio on October 20th, 7pm, you'll be able to hear excerpts from Uboldi's project alongside an interview. Free tickets are available now on the Bloomsbury Festival website.
19 July 2021
We have received Arts Council funding!
We are so excited to announce that we have received public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England to produce Selected Recordings of Us.
Thanks to this funding, we will be able to work with three more creatives for a short R&D and pay everyone ITC rates at a minimum. Tickets to Selected Recordings of Us are live—get yours now!
7 June 2021
We have achieved and surpassed our fundraising goal—thank you!
We are so overwhelmed to announce that we have surpassed our goal for our crowdfunding campaign, reaching 120% of the original thanks to 62 generous supporters.
We are so grateful to see so much support for our London debut production of Selected Recordings of Us. Thank you! You can check out our official list of supporters here.
3 May 2021
We have launched a crowdfunding campaign
We have launched a crowdfunder to produce our first London show and to secure the financial sustainability of our company.
After its premiere was cancelled last year due to the pandemic,
Selected Recordings of Us has been programmed to debut at the Space between 7th-11th September 2021.
We are asking for your support to raise 15% of our total budget.
Deadline: 31 January 2021
Selected Recordings of Us
Casting Call Now Open
We are excited to announce that the casting call for our upcoming project, Selected Recordings of Us, is now open. We are seeking two queer-identifying actors between 18-30 years old to bring this non-linear two-hander to life.
Selected Recordings of Us is about all the photos, misremembrances, and possessions left behind, sealed up, and packed away after a couple disassembles. It’s a story that cannot find a stable form and demands that the audience interact, take sides, and be pictured alongside it. Written by a pair of queer-identifying writers, we are committed to casting actors who identify likewise.
Interested actors should consult our Get Involved section to apply. Please note that this is a PAID opportunity.