Introducing our new blog!

UNTitled TheatreUNTitled is pleased to announce that we can now be found at untitledtheatre.org! We’re excited about the new site design and are looking forward to staying in touch with our audiences through our new blog. 2014 will be an exciting year for UNTitled Theatre. There are a lot of projects in various stages of development and we are looking forward to sharing news as they progress forward.

We are very excited to announce that we are currently working with Laura Bates and The Everyday Sexism Project on our next project. Over the next 6 months, we will be developing a groundbreaking production to tour schools around the UK in order to address young people’s concerns surrounding sexism, including slut shaming, sexting, online pornography and what consent is and isn’t. We are looking forward to partnering with schools, organisations and campaigners to bring this work to young people around the country.

Research and development on UNTitled’s resident writer, Elena Bolster’s The Myth of Gabalanooksie is now being supported by Ovalhouse after some initial script support from The Arcola.  The Myth of Gabalanooksie is a universal story aimed at children and their parents and focuses on what happens when we are forced to face our worst fears, particularly during times of stress or trauma. We will be working alongside Dr Colette Hirsch, a leading researcher in psychology and a senior lecturer at Kings College in order to develop a series of practical workshop for young children who struggle with fear and anxiety in order to help them find coping mechanisms and ways to overcome them.

We’re also excited to announce that BEAST is going on tour! We’re currently working with regional touring networks to bring this show to communities across the country.

With so many projects, we hope that you will stay in touch with us. You can follow us through WordPress and subscribe to receive emails when we add news to the blog. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Google+.

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