2017 is starting as a busy year for Filament. We are joining VoiceLab at Southbank Centre to lead a week-long half-term workshop as part of Imagine Children’s Festival. Using Nordic Folktales as inspiration, we will be singing and writing songs, exploring the world of trolls and giants and the land of the Midnight Sun! Our participants will […]
Well, it has been an incredibly busy week of R&D. We have some really interesting characters to work with, Rufus Longbottom, Dan and Anne all live in the Tandaria Care Home, looked after by the ever patient Bernard. When an Alien Space Rabbit crash lands outside his window, Rufus is drawn to help it. So […]
Earth Makes No Sound is a developing collaborative choral work inspired by the elements and the changes happening to our planet. Rich choral harmonies and movement evoke the ripples of the sea, the crackling of fire, the power of the air and moving tectonic plates. Combining the forces of two choirs and our own Filament Theatre […]
Want to get a personalised limited edition print of Toby Stephens’ Time Saving Device? Then get along to our Kickstarter page where you can pledge your support for us and gain one of these special prints. Toby’s picture is helping us raise funds for our next show Momo and it’s accompanying young persons choir project. […]
Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival 2013 Tickets are now on sale for One or the Other as part of the fantastic Tête à Tête’s summer Opera Festival. We’ll be working with performers Gavin James and ZooNation’s D J Walde, as well as our own Osnat Schmool. You can book tickets for either saturday 10th August […]
So, what a great few days at the Barbican Pit, experimenting with slapstick and a trio. A huge thank you to Adebayo Bolaji and Stuart King, without whom the custard pies and hitting with saucepan lids to the sound of a ‘doooiiiiinnnng’ wouldn’t have been possible. We’ll be working on this further and bringing the […]
At last, some news! Whilst the travails of sorting out a venue or venues for Momo continue, we are going to be working at the Barbican to develop a whole new idea through the Pit Lab at Barbican/Guildhall. We’ll start work at the end of April, and hope to have something ready to share at Tête […]
Bill, wonderful AD of Tête à Tête, took over a friday evening spot on Resonance FM, to talk about this year’s Opera Festival. Ergo Phizmiz, Jessica Walker, Rebecca de Pont Davies, David Knotts, Litha Efthymiou and our own Osnat Schmool talk about their work and you can catch up on it here!