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The Sign Of Four ONLINE

29 Jun 2020, Posted by admin in Latest1

From Sunday 5 to Wednesday 15 July we’ll be making our 2018 production of Sherlock Holmes: The Sign Of Four available to stream free online. It’s the latest of our past productions to be broadcast following the success of our streaming of Jane Eyre in…

JANE EYRE Online

01 May 2020, Posted by admin in Latest1

We’re very pleased to announce we will be streaming free online our production of Jane Eyre, which was forced to close on 16 March as a result of COVID-19. Seen by over 19,000 people in 40 towns and cities across the UK, Jane Eyre had…

Costuming Sherlock

07 Aug 2018, Posted by admin in Latest1

We find out what inspired costume designer, Naomi Gibbs, when working on Blackeyed Theatre’s latest touring production, Sherlock Holmes: The Sign Of Four. As a long-time fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was thrilled – to say the least – when Blackeyed Theatre approached me about costume designing…

Wilde About Arts

12 Jan 2017, Posted by admin in Latest1

We at Blackeyed Theatre believe in the power of the Arts to improve lives and broaden horizons. And for no one is access to the Arts more important than vulnerable young people. That’s why we’re supporting Wilde About Arts, part of an incredible programme of workshops run by…

In Conversation With Eliot Giuralarocca

23 Aug 2016, Posted by admin in Latest1

As we prepare to go into rehearsals for Frankenstein, we talk to director Eliot Giuralarocca about bringing the Creature to life! What’s been your most rewarding experience as a director?  This is such a difficult question to answer; like being asked which one of your…

Announcing the Cast for Frankenstein

08 Aug 2016, Posted by admin in Latest1

With rehearsals just a month away, we’re delighted to announce the cast of Frankenstein, touring the UK from September 2016 until March 2017. Taking on the role of Victor Frankenstein, the scientist obsessed with discovering the elixir of life, we welcome Ben Warwick, whose wealth of…

The Curtain Falls on Gatsby

31 Mar 2016, Posted by admin in Latest1

The Great Gatsby has finally come to an end! Over seven months the show visited 35 venues, played 115 performances to 25,815 people & travelled 5,450 miles. It’s been quite some party! And it wouldn’t have been possible without the support, hard work and dedication…