current projects


The Consultant
So what are management consultants really for?

A timely new comedy about power, business, and the Devil. Written by Neil Fleming, directed by Geoff Church, produced by Theatre503 and Hydrocracker.

Theatre503 from March 23 to April 16, 2011. Further productions are planned .


The Consultant
"The New World Order" returns

Barbican autumn season, November 16th to December 11th
Five short plays by Harold Pinter.

Chosen for The Guardian’s ‘Pick of the Year’ in 2007, this site-specific show is being revived by Hydrocracker in 2011 in a new production supported by The Barbican, Brighton Festival and Amnesty International. It will run next from 16 Nov to 11 Dec at Shoreditch Town Hall as part of The Barbican's autumn season.

First produced to great critical acclaim at Brighton Festival, The New World Order is an examination of political oppression, torture, and the mechanics of what is done ‘in our name.’


The New World Order
Shakespeare à la Carte
Devised by Jonathan Cullen & Richard Hahlo.

Appearing next at the Canterbury Festival, October 24-26
Following its award-winning debut at the Brighton Festival 2008, this restaurant-based show has become a regular favourite on the international festival circuit.  It has been broadcast twice on BBC Radio Four, on Easter Monday 2009, and again in December 2010.
Most recently, in August 2011, it was directed at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival by Richard Hahlo.
Read more, and watch extracts from the show here, and the BBC TV News clip on the show here.


Shakespeare and Croissant
How Are You Feeling?
A devastating new promenade play
about life, death and the ultimate choice...

Written by Fin Kennedy, produced by Hydrocracker.

This dystopian comedy about Britain's National Health Service is under development for production in 2012/2013. For more information on timescales, costings and production information, please contact ArtsAgenda by email or by phone on +44(0)1273 626519


How Are You Feeling?