New Light Productions / London Theatre Company

Shows

Eigengrau

Eigengrau / [ay-gen-gr-ow ] - noun. intrinsic light; the colour seen by the eye in perfect darkness.

Rose believes in true love and leprechauns. Her flatmate Cassie is engaged in a fervent struggle against patriarchal oppression. Across London, Mark believes in the power of marketing. His flatmate Tim Muffin believes in nothing at all.

In a city where Gumtree can feel like your closest friend, looking for the right person can lead you all the wrong places.

Penelope Skinner's Eigengrau premiered at the Bush Theatre, London, in March 2010. In New Light Productions’ 2018 revival, Penelope Skinner’s seminal play is more relevant than ever before.

Running Time: TBC

Dates & Tickets

Greenwich Theatre
31st July - 11th August
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Cast & Creative

Director
Aoife Smyth
Cast

Katharine Hardman
Joseph McCarthy
Robyn Wilson
Sam Wilson

Lost In London

Hopeless. Alone.

Terrified. Will that suffice?

London is a hub of creativity, but as an emerging writer it’s easy to feel like a lost voice crushed in a sea of many.

It’s time to give the spotlight to the newest writers in London’s theatre scene. Lost in London is a new writing night created to give a platform for emerging, creative voices.

Running alongside their production of Penelope Skinner’s Eigengrau, New Light Productions presents Lost In London’. This night will be for emerging female playwrights, premiering their original content.

All female playwrights, all new and all ready for their first audiences.

Dates & Tickets

Greenwich Theatre
6th August 2018
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New Light Productions / Lost In London - Writers Wanted / by Jessie Knowles
Artwork by Jessie Knowles
New Light Productions / Lost In London - Writers Wanted / by Sam Wilson
Artwork by Sam Wilson

About

New Light Productions are an emerging theatre company formed by graduates of Drama Centre London. Inspired by our work together whilst training, the company formed to produce theatre that shines a new light on the everyday.

We are interested in making the everyday, extraordinary.

We aim to champion new graduates from drama schools and universities across the UK.

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