Antigone - teaser
When Creon refuses to bury the body of Antigone's unruly brother, her anger quickly turns to defiance. Creon condemns her to a torturous Death - she's to be buried alive.
Acclaimed playwright, Roy Williams, takes Sophocles' play and by placing it into a contemporary setting brings this classic tale up-to-date.
A timeless story about loyalty and truth, about how we make meaning out of life and death and what in the end really does matter.
Pilot Theatre, Derby Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East present
A new version by Roy Williams
Directed by Marcus Romer
Designed by Joanna Scotcher
Lighting Designed by Alexandra Stafford
Sound Design by Sandy Nuttgens
Associate Director - Tom Bellerby
19th September - 4th October
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7th - 11th October
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Nottingham Lakeside Arts
13th - 14th October
Lawrence Batley Theatre
15th - 18th October
York Theatre Royal
21st - 25th October
Watford Palace Theatre
4th - 8th November
11th - 15th November 2014
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Theatre Royal Winchester
18th - 22nd November
Exeter Northcott Theatre
26th - 29th November
Theatre Royal Stratford East
19th February - 14th March 2015
020 8534 0310
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Blood + Chocolate - The Web Stream
The full performance of Pilot Theatre, Slung Low and York Theatre Royal's production of Blood + Chocolate as streamed on October 17th 2013. Now Captioned.
Factory to Front - Blood + Chocolate
Created as part of the @work Blood and Chocolate Online Schools Resources by Anna Henley, Sophie Herring, Sophie Woodward, Becky Darley
With Thanks to:
Sophie Jewett, Richard Pollitt, Alex Hutchinson, Helen Cadbury, The Borthwick Institute for Archives, Pilot Theatre, Ben Bason.
Special Thanks to YSTV
Matt Mason talks about how BitTorrent is changing its philosophy to create a new way of sharing and distributing data.
Pilot Live 18th June
On this weeks Pilot Live - We talk to Katie Posner about directing Clocking In - Life in a Chocolate City. Performances form the 25th - 29th June at York Cocoa House. We also talk to Marcus Romer about all things Pilot Theatre.
The story of the York Chocolate Tin
Sophie Jewett from York Cocoa House talks to Pilot Theatre's Tom Bellerby about the Chocolate tins that were sent from the Lord mayor and Sheriff of York to all the York soldiers during the First World War.
We see a surviving tin with its chocolate and find out how the tin survived and about the person it was sent to.
pilot live 11th june
Tune in to Pilot Live to get the lowdown on the amazing Blood + Chocolate production in York. With a community cast of hundreds this production uses the back drop of the York streets to set the scene. The next episode will be streamed live on 18th June at 7.30pm local time. http://pilot-theatre.tv