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Unlimited Theatre Company

Unlimited Theatre is a small to middle-scale national touring theatre company. It produces new work through strong collaborative processes. A strong education programme is well integrated into core activity and the company is highly creative in its marketing and distribution strategy and its engagement with new technology. The company has established strong co-producing relationships with well-established theatres nationally.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £165,000
  • 2013-2014: £168,960
  • 2014-2015: £173,353

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Mission To Mars at Northern Stage

Mission To Mars Northern Stage, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Thursday 24 - Saturday 26 February 2011 www.northernstage.co.uk www.unlimited.org.uk

How Big an Object Can be Teleported?

How Big an Object Can be Teleported? As part of our performance lecture "The Ethics of Progress" we asked our collaborator Professor Vlatko Vedral some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about Superposition, Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation. In this short film Vlatko answers the question: How Big an Object Can be Teleported? www.unlimited.org.uk Vlatko is a Professor of Quantum Information Science at the Universities of Oxford and Singapore www.vlatkovedral.org

Space Camp (secret level)

Dirty edit of a short film/experience you can unlock in our "Space Camp" game made for parents/carers to play with their children. The game was made to accompany our show "Mission To Mars" which runs at the Polka Theatre in London October-November 2010 with support from Hide&Seek where it was launched as part of their Weekender at the London International Festival of Theatre.

Pop Up Dating - Day 1 prep

Clare, Jon and Chris are spending one day with Dr Gail Iles (a particle phycisist who works at the European Space Agency where she is the only female British astronaut instructor in the world) talking and finding out more about her life and work. At the end of the day Gail will be on stage starring in a new show that she and Unlimited will be making up as they go along. It will be dirty, busked, scratched, low-fi, funny, insightful, inspiring. They hope. This video shows the story map we made the day before Gail arrived that we'll use on stage. Music is Beau Nash by Minotaur Shock www.minotaurshock.com

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Absolute first thunks

Designer Rhys' first wonderings about 'set'...

The Moon The Moon

Short trailer for our 2009 show "The Moon The Moon" "As beautiful and as enigmatic as the moon itself... a company that has always combined infinite thoughtfulness with theatrical flair." The Guardian "By turns funny, shocking, daring and never less than brilliantly acted.... The writing is dense and poetic and the whole experience rewarding. The Moon The Moon is theatre at its absolute best." ***** whatsonstage.com written by Clare Duffy, Jon Spooner and Chris Thorpe The Moon: Helen Cassidy Man: Jon Spooner Older Man: Tim Chipping Young Woman: Suzanne Ahmet music by David Edwards, sung by Helen Cassidy

Why "Superposition"?

Why do we call it "superposition"? As part of our performance lecture "The Ethics of Progress" we asked our collaborator Professor Vlatko Vedral some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about Superposition, Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation. In this short film Vlatko answers the question: So why do we call it "superposition"? www.unlimited.org.uk Vlatko is a Professor of Quantum Information Science at the Universities of Oxford and Singapore www.vlatkovedral.org

Is the Photon REALLY in Two Places?

As part of our performance lecture "The Ethics of Progress" we asked our collaborator Professor Vlatko Vedral some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about Superposition, Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation. In this short film Vlatko answers the question: "Is the photon *really* in two places at the same moment in time?" www.unlimited.org.uk Vlatko is a Professor of Quantum Information Science at the Universities of Oxford and Singapore www.vlatkovedral.org

Two Places at the Same Moment In Time?

As part of our performance lecture "The Ethics of Progress" we asked our collaborator Professor Vlatko Vedral some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about Superposition, Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation. In this short film Vlatko answers the question: "How can a photon be in (a minimum of) two places at the same moment in time?" www.unlimited.org.uk Vlatko is a Professor of Quantum Information Science at the Universities of Oxford and Singapore www.vlatkovedral.org

How Did It All Begin?

Wondering what our new show for children might feel like. And a warm-up for getting down to the business of writing scenes....

The Ethics of Progress

Short film explaining what you can expect from the acclaimed show from Unlimited Theatre - a mind-bending, jargon-free, whistle-stop tour of leading edge Quantum Physics. "I went into this show with a heavy heart thinking the subject would be over my head. I came out wanting to help change the world." The Guardian

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Contact details

www.unlimited.org.uk

West Yorkshire Playhouse
Playhouse Square

Leeds
LS2 7UP

53.797981, -1.53275

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