Our theatre should be something new, something exciting. To govern our theatre we have four core aims and values that all our theatre should hold true to:
To Create New, Exciting and Media Enhanced Form of Theatre.
We don’t want to just re-cycle someone else’s ideas, We want to be at the forefront of new theatre, promoting new practitioners and writers. The audience should leave having experienced something that is real, they should be able to feel our passion for the theatre we produce. Our theatre will utilise all of the mediums at our disposal, live theatre, music, film, dance, as well as technology. We want to help put theatre back into the forefront of people’s mind as a viable form of entertainment rather than a declining precursor to cinema.
To Challenge Preconceptions About Theatre.
Theatre shouldn’t just be a proscenium arch and an audience, it could be anywhere. Our theatre will be done in the best way to suit our aims and if that means rejecting a few (or all) of the theatrical conventions then that’s what we’ll do.
To Have Distinct Aims with Each Production.
We will not be doing theatre for theatre’s sake, we will have a distinct focus and drive.
To Change Society through Satire, Humour and Thought Provoking Drama.
We want to see our work having an effect and affecting everyone who comes into contact with it. Our audience’s should leave the theatre thinking deeply through the issues raised in our play.