Now & Then Theatre
 

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The Company.

 
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What is your story? That is a question we are continually asking at Now & Then Theatre, exploring, playing and inviting people to share their own story.

We strive to learn through play in order to make passionate and bold theatre. We examine both the extremes of physical, dance movements as well as the still, tender and subtle. And then we use these techniques in order to tell our stories truthfully and clearly.

Now & Then Theatre only spend a few hours on stage, every 'Now & Then'. However, we spend countless hours collaborating, educating and inspiring through workshops with students, veterans and our own rehearsals which tends to follow the "if you turn up, you can join in" style. 

 

 
 
 
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Just amazing ... everyone should watch it ... inspirational and life enhancing ... challenging and thought provoking.
— Andy Hodgson
A triumph of excellent directing, profound acting, imaginative use of movement, seamless stage management/sets/costumes and great scripting .
— Jon Harvey
An incredible show - informative and fun yet stirring and emotional.
— Dawn Burnham
A privilege to have seen this mesmerising production created by a very talented group of people. The performances by all the cast were excellent and the audience became totally involved as the tragic events and the sheer futility of the war unfolded. It deserves to be performed over and over again.
— Maggie Ley

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Phenomenal performance. So much talent in this theatre group. This production needs to be shared around the country.
— Tracy Smith
Really up there as one of the best shows I have ever seen.
— John Mellors
A life lesson for all age groups and certainly to be promoted and encouraged at schools.
— Judy Jones
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