We are delighted to be embarking on a brand new R&D in 2023, working title; Three.

The show will be inspired by the real-life stories and intrinsic relationships between grandparents and grandchildren including isolation, loneliness, wisdom and familial ties, pertinent in the wake of the pandemic where separation has become everyday and many older people have become a lost generation. Three will explore diverse British culture and heritage to bring three different stories of grandparents and grandchildren to life.

This will be our first show combining mask and puppetry and we’re hugely excited to be working with Rachael Savage, artistic director of leading mask company, Vamos Theatre, to support on this new visual aspect. 

The Marlowe, Canterbury and the Garage, Norwich, will be hosting some of our rehearsals and there’ll be both online and in-person sharings so keep an eye our for those dates.

We’ll also be working with a number of brilliant community partners to ensure that older people in the community’s voices are represented in how we then show them on stage. These include Age UK Tunbridge Wells, CARM, Medway African and Caribbean Society (MACA) and Bright Shadow.

Finally but most excitingly, we’re expanding the team for this show, with a brand new role:

To read the full job description, please click on the role above or please see below for the information in video format

Three R&D – Creative Marketing and Admin Intern:

Please note:

  • The application deadline for this role has been extended to 9th January 2023, 9am.
  • Applications are now also open to neurodivergent early career artists with a maximum of 3 years experience.
  • All applicants will hear back no later than 10th January 2023.
  • Interviews will take place either in person (London) or over Zoom on Thursday 12th January 2023.

All work in the images below are created by artist Junior Fritz-Jacquet and the photos are by Matthiew Gauchet.