Below are galleries for a selection of our productions:

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Romeo and Juliet, tour 2017

Puzzlewood photos by David Broadbent. 

Glastonbury Abbey photos by Owen Wilson.

Alice In Wonderland, adapted by Ed Hartland, tour of Germany 2016 and UK 2017

The Importance Of Being Earnest,  in partnership with Natonal Trust Jersey, 16 New Street, Jersey, and at the London Muesum of Water and Steam, 2017

Photos by Elle de Burgh

An Ideal Husband, in partnership with Natonal Trust Jersey, 16 New Street, Jersey, apr 2016

Photography by Elle de Burgh

'Play on Shakespeare!', collaboration with london SYMPHONY orchestra, barbican concert hall, london. feb-mar 2016

Photography by Elle de Burgh

romeo and juliet, Germany tour, Oct 2015 and St. James Studio, London, Nov 2015

Photography by Julian and Elle de Burgh

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Puzzlewood, Sept 2015

Photography by David Broadbent, © Puzzlewood

As You Like IT, UK Tour, 2014-15

Set first as a 'cave in a rave' festival at Kents Cavern, Devon (Nov 2014), this production then toured to Pooles Cavern, Buxton (July 2015) and later re-imagined as a group of squatters protesting rising living costs for two London productions, first at Above The Arts and then to Ugly Duck's warehouse. 

Photography by Conor Boru

The Tempest at Leigh Woods, Bristol, JulY 2015

Made possible through Grants for the Arts funding from Arts Council England and support from Withdrawn artist Luke Jerram for allowing us to perform on his art installation, commissioned by the National Trust at Leigh Woods as part of Trust New Art Bristol. With thanks to Bristol Shakespeare Festival, the Forestry Commission at Leigh Woods, Activate Performing Arts and Arts University Bournemouth.

Photography by Elle de Burgh

Watch our video which captures our time in the magical Leigh Woods aboard the fleet of Withdrawn boats by Luke Jerram. 

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, written by ed hartland, london tour 2015

With thanks to Ed Hartland for writing this new piece for Butterfly and to Oli Towse for his dramaturgy. Preminered at Above the Arts, off London's West End, in July 2015, followed by a Hallow'een week run at St. James Studio in Victoria, London. 

Photography by Elle de Burgh

Hamlet in Heidelberg, Germany, Oct 2014

With thanks to funding from Deutsch-American Institute, Heidelberg 

Photography by Elle de Burgh

Watch our short film about our productions in Germany, filmed by local students