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Hoipolloi Theatre Company

Hoipolloi is a dynamic and creative company connecting with a large audience through the making and presenting of original and high quality work in theatre, TV, film, radio and online. The company creates highly entertaining, innovative and intelligent work, for a broad and diverse audience, to actively engage the imagination and playfully challenge our sense of reality.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £230,000
  • 2013-2014: £230,000
  • 2014-2015: £230,000

Video feed

SFAIT

Hugh Hughes has opened up the wonderful world of his childhood in Stories from an Invisible Town - www.invisibletownstories.co.uk. It's both an online story world and a live show that will tour in Autumn 2012. The online world has so many stories, that we've decided to bring you a series of collections, so that you can explore the world in bite-sized chunks. This collection is Hoipolloi's digital associate Bianca's favourites - we hope you enjoy it, and want to explore Hugh's world for yourself www.invisibletownstories.co.uk

Get a little closer - prize draws

Simon and David from Hoipolloi draw the winners of the Get A Little Closer competitions that we ran in June and July. Are you a winner?

Shift Happens - Hoipolloi (video diary 4)

12 Jun 09 - Simon, Hoipolloi's Marketing & Touring Manager, talks about how he's using the internet in preparing for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. http://www.hoipolloi.org.uk

Shift Happens - Hoipolloi (video diary 3)

Simon, Hoipolloi's Marketing & Touring Manager, gives another insight into the company's use of blogs etc and the challenge of making sure that everyone in the organisation is involved http://www.hoipolloi.org.uk

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AmbITion presentation

Simon, Hoipolloi's Marketing & Touring Manager, presents a short video about how the company have redeveloped their website ( http://www.hoipolloi.org.uk ) to incorporate a variety of social media tools.

Shift Happens - Hoipolloi (video diary 2)

13 Mar 09 - Simon, Hoipolloi's Marketing & Touring Manager, with his second video diary. This time he's at Sydney Opera House talking about Twitter and how useful it's proving to be.

Shift Happens - Hoipolloi (video diary 1)

24 Feb 09 - Simon Bedford, Hoipolloi's Marketing & Touring Manager with his first video diary in preparation to speak at Shift Happens 2.0 on 30 June 09. http://www.hoipolloi.org.uk

Why producers should never be technicians

Compelling evidence of the technical incompetence of Hoipolloi's Marketing & Touring Manager. Just something fun!

The Doubtful Guest trailer

A trailer for Hoipolloi's brand new production of The Doubtful Guest, inspired by the book by Edward Gorey

The family, doing nothing... from The Doubtful Guest

A short clip from Hoipolloi's brand new production of The Doubtful Guest, inspired by the book by Edward Gorey

The guest goes sleep walking... from The Doubtful Guest

A short clip from Hoipolloi's brand new production of The Doubtful Guest, inspired by the book by Edward Gorey

Searching in the night... from The Doubtful Guest

A short clip from Hoipolloi's brand new production of The Doubtful Guest, inspired by the book by Edward Gorey

No towels in the bathroom... from The Doubtful Guest

A short clip from Hoipolloi's brand new production of The Doubtful Guest, inspired by the book by Edward Gorey

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Contact details

www.hoipolloi.org.uk

Unit F, Dales Brewery
Gwydir Street

Cambridge
CB1 2LJ

52.200089, 0.14015

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