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By Peter Oswald with Alexander J Gifford
After Friedrich Schiller
Directed by Tim Supple

1605. Orthodox Russia stands alone, defiant against the Roman Catholic and Protestant West. The Kremlin has suppressed all opposition and keeps a ruthless grip on power with the support of the church and an appeal to nationalist sentiment.
In Poland, a formidable young opponent appears: Dmitry. At his back a Polish army fuelled by fear of the Russian threat marches on Moscow.


An explosive new version of the great German writer, Schiller’s last, unfinished play – resurrected in the unique, pulsating dramatic verse of Peter Oswald to be premiered in a production directed by Tim Supple.
A brilliant poetic drama that cuts to the psychological, political, and spiritual heart of the epochal Russian story on London’s newest stage.

Robert Innes Hopkins

Lighting Designer
Jackie Shemesh

Casting Director
Helena Palmer

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Lives of Clay

The Clay Connection in association with Supple Productions

Conceived and performed by Vidya Thirunarayan
Directed by Tim Supple

A thrilling solo performance of theatre, Bharatanatyam dance and live ceramics, telling stories of women from ancient myth and modern life. With original text and music…..and half a ton of clay.

Director of choreography: Debbie Fionn Barr
Text by: Vayu Naidu
Designer: Julie Landau
Composer: Barry Ganberg
Sound Design: Alan Burgess
Stage and Tour Manager: Anna Weatherston
Production Manager: James Ball
Producer: Lisa Wolfe

Lives of Clay (2022) is supported by Without Walls, commissioned by Brighton Festival, Certain Blacks and 101 Outdoor Arts, with additional support from Arts Asia and funding from Arts Council England. Produced at 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space. With thanks to University of Chichester, Marylebone Theatre and Farnham Maltings.

Touring from 14th May

14/15 May Brighton Festival

21/22 May Norfolk and Norwich Festival

29 May Salisbury Festival

1 July Timber Festival, Feanedock

3 July Winchester Hat Fair

16 July Southampton Mela

23 July Ensemble Festival London

24 July Kensington and Chelsea Festival London

5/6 August Stockton International Festival

13 August Bell Square, Hounslow

18/19 September Shaw House, Newbury 






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