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Frantic Assembly produces thrilling, energetic and uncompromising theatre. The company makes work that reflects contemporary culture and attracts new audiences. In collaboration with a wide variety of artists, Frantic Assembly's Artistic Directors - Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett - create new work that places equal emphasis on movement, design, music and text. Since its formation in 1994 Frantic Assembly has toured extensively throughout the UK and internationally, building its reputation as one of the country's most exciting companies. In addition to its productions Frantic Assembly runs an extensive Creative Learning and Training Programme working with over 5,000 participants a year. Recent work includes Othello, Stockholm and pool (no water).


‘14 years of producing superb physical theatre’ The Guardian

Lyndon March and Connor Mayes (left) have both been inspired by Frantic Assembly’s work on stage. The boys have also worked more closely with the company through its Ignition project, a national initiative developing new ways of increasing young men’s involvement in the arts. Connor went on to perform with the Ignition Theatre Company in The Fear, a highly energetic and thought provoking production at Toynbee Theatre in 2009.

Scott Graham is co-founder and Artistic Director of Frantic Assembly. For Frantic, Scott has co-directed Othello (TMA award – Best Direction), Stockholm, pool (no water), Dirty Wonderland, Rabbit, Peepshow and Underworld. Director/performer credits include Hymns, Tiny Dynamite, On Blindness, Heavenly, Sell Out, Zero, Flesh, Klub and Look Back In Anger. Scott Graham’s other directing credits include: Home (National Theatre of Scotland) Ker-ching (Sixth Sense), It’s A Long Road (Polka Theatre) and Up on the Roof (Polka Theatre). Scott has also provided choreography and movement direction for Cinderella (Unicorn Theatre), Frankenstein (Royal and Dergnate); The May Queen (Liverpool Everyman); Hothouse and Market Boy (National Theatre); Villette (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Vs (Karim Tonsi Dance Company, Cairo); Improper (Bare Bones Dance Company); Dazzling Medusa and A Bear Called Paddington (Polka) and Stuart Little (No 1 tour). With Steven Hoggett and Bryony Lavery, Scott created It Snows, a National Theatre Connections play for 2008. With Steven Hoggett, Scott has written The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre (Routledge).

For more information on how to become more involved with Frantic Assembly or to see one of their fantastic productions go to their website.

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