'Astonishing' (WhatsOnStage.com). 'Breathtaking' (ThreeWeeks 2011).
'Triumphant' (BroadwayBaby.com). 'Exquisite' (Skinny).
'Stunning' (ScotsGay). 'Physical, dynamic and arresting' (The Economist).
'Outstanding' (The Public Reviews). 'Gorgeous' (A Younger Theatre).
'Infinitely Watchable' (The Independent). 'Thrilling' (Three Weeks 2012).
'Sexy' (Quotidian). 'Muscle-bound charisma' (The Telegraph).
'Begging to be seen a second time' (The Sydney Morning Herald).
'Action to the Word's horror show hits with a powerful tolchoking. O my brothers, to it we raise a glass of moloko' (Time Out Hong Kong).
The award-winning sellout hit continues to internationally tour in 2014 after being met with rave reviews across the board.
Created for Camden Proud Galleries the production was born on the London Fringe. It was subsequently showcased at The Edinburgh Festival where it was met with a sell-out and acclaimed run. Taken up by West End producers Glynis Henderson Productions, the show has subsequently enjoyed a sell-out run at Soho Theatre and is currently touring world-wide having just returned from Australia, Hong Kong and a UK Tour.
Get dragged into the glorious glass-edged nastiness of Manchester's underworld. A playtime of orgiastic ultraviolence and sexuality, this is the story of little Alex and his Droogs in their battle against the tedium of adolescence. An unapologetic jubilation of the human condition, Action To The Word tear their way through this physical theatre horror show retelling of Burgess' infamous literary masterpiece.
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'Superb' (One 4 Review).
'Bonkers and hilarious' (The Scotsman).
'Spooky, strange and surreal' (What's On Stage).
'Feisty, eccentric' (Edinburgh Evening News).
'Exquisitely creepy' (Three Weeks).
'A remarkable piece of new writing' (Fringe Review).
'A beautiful little show' (Broadway Baby).
'Puts to shame the hackneyed standards of the contemporary musical scene' (The Stage).
Constance and Sinestra live on the edge of a cliff with their mad taxidermist father who never comes upstairs. Three years ago their mother died and he stuffed her and mounted her in the hall. A heartbreaking and twisted tale of love, loss and baking - Constance & Sinestra took the Edinburgh Festival by storm winning a WhatsOnStage and MTM:UK Musical Theatre award and played this year's Latitude Festival, developing further into 2014. Perfect for lost children of all ages.
This rock-reworking of the much loved gothic horror drags us to hell and back, leaving us needing a blood transfusion at the door. From a company renowned for their extreme physicality and gung-ho approach to theatre, Dracula brings together everything that Action have become known for - strength, beauty, talent and music. With a cast of power-house actor-musicians and a rip-roaring soundtrack, this show will leave you begging to be bitten.
BusStopKisser (German) by Ralf N.Höhfeld
Translated by Vanessa Fagan
A boy. A girl. A bus stop. 18 Kisses over 18 months. Coffee and conversation by candlelight, a picnic under the Eiffel Tower. Then the girl vanishes. But was she ever really there? Can anyone without an email address or mobile phone actually be real? A funny, unusual take on the classic boy-meets-girl scenario, BusStopKisser takes the audience on a mind-bending tweet-sized journey through adolescent romance.
BusStopKisser is an exciting foray into contemporary European theatre for the company. The piece is particularly pertinent for the sorts of young audiences which have enjoyed their work in the past – in the team's design, technology and social media are the aesthetic root, with hashtags of thought, Facebook profile searches and Flickr browsing all projected into the scene. But at the heart of the piece is a story of young love in all its glorious awkwardness which, despite the simple, moving dialogue, still manages to ask big questions about what it means to be human in the digital age.
Using an interactive audience Action To The Word's production is the first of its kind in the world, experimenting with social media during the action.
A finalist for the Company of Angels Award, the play will run at Camden People's Theatre in June. Tickets will go on sale soon. Watch this BusStop.