Outside Edge Theatre Company announces prize and eligibility criteria for the 2020 Phil Fox Award for Playwriting. KEY POINTS The winning script will receive a £6,000 commission and mentorship by Enda Walsh. Original scripts about issues related to addiction will be accepted from March 16th to June 16th. Playwrights with all
Check out these incredible production photos from The Company's recent performance of SEE ME NOW, a play about (in)visibility and the art of seeing. Directed by Stewart Melton. For more information on the production, see http://edgetc.org/see-me-now/. Photo credit: Ali Wright.
THE ART OF SHOWING HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM AND WESTMINSTER AND KENSINGTON & CHELSEA SOME LOCAL LOVE ON VALENTINES DAY Hammersmith & Fulham and Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea’s Outside Edge Theatre Company wins ‘Best Arts Project – Arts, Health and Wellbeing’ in the Hearts for the Arts Awards 2020 Judged
Outside Edge Theatre Company, which is the UK’s only theatre company and participatory arts charity focused on addiction, is pleased to announce that Simon Stephens, Barbara Broccoli OBE, Matt Applewhite and Sonya Hale will join Enda Walsh as judges for the inaugural Phil Fox Award for Playwriting. The Carne Trust
We're very pleased to announce that Outside Edge Theatre Company and our West London commissioners (Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea) have been shortlisted for a Hearts for the Arts Award for Best Arts Project - Arts, Health and Wellbeing! Organised by the National Campaign For the Arts, the
Outside Edge Theatre Company's Annual Report 2018/19 Last year, Outside Edge delivered 228 free drama workshops with 1,120 attendances by 276 participants affected by addiction. Our productions were seen by 568 audience members across 12 performances. If you would like to learn more about our activities, hear more about our impact and discover
Award-winning “chilling queer noir” TUMULUS transfers to Soho Theatre! Ian Hallard and Ciarán Owens Ian Hallard (The Boys in the Band, Vaudeville and Park Theatre) and Ciarán Owens (Candide, RSC) are to star in the transfer to Soho Theatre of Christopher Adams’s play, TUMULUS, a fast-paced noir-style murder mystery thriller set against