June - July 2021

We're back with brand-new dates for our opening season at Portland Works! We’ve got limited in-person tickets for all our shows, plus live-streaming, so you can watch from anywhere in the world.

Please note that the dates for Crazy Gary's Mobile Disco have changed due to the significant interruption of our rehearsal process by Covid-19. The new dates are 29/30/31 July and tickets are automatically valid. Please contact us if you need to change dates or request a refund.

Browse all the shows in our June-July 2021 season and book your tickets below:

Looking for our workshops? Head here.

OffPiste Theatre

The Moonlighters Collective

Dear Hunter Theatre

Only Lucky Dogs Theatre

Staying safe at the Makerspace

We know that heading out to see live theatre for the first time in a year will be really exciting, but that you might also have some concerns. Here's how we're keeping everyone safe:

  • We’ve organised seating in the Makerspace so that you’ll be at a safe distance from those outside your household, if restrictions require it.

  • At Front of House, you’ll be asked to queue 2m from any other groups in the courtyard if necessary, to keep you safe while we check you in.

  • We’ll ask you to use our hand sanitiser on entry, and the Makerspace is cleaned thoroughly before and after every performance.

  • Our artists have been working in bubbles, using remote working where possible to plan their shows, and with the minimum number of team members necessary on site.

About our tickets

Each show has a small number of tickets available to watch the performance seated in our Makerspace. They’re limited at the moment because of government restrictions, and we know that being able to watch theatre in person after so long will be a very special experience. In the event that we aren’t able to host you in person, you are guaranteed a live-streaming ticket, and we’ll refund you in full.

All our live-streaming tickets start at a small charge of £4 (inc. booking fee), and we invite you to contribute more if you are able. You’ll be helping to support our artists’ careers and build a sustainable future for the Makerspace.

This project is supported using public funding from Arts Council England. We'd also like to thank the team at Portland Works for their support as our venue partners, making this season possible. Find out more about Portland Works here.