Here is our Crowdfunding campaign! We would be grateful if you could support us, as “every little helps” as we all know, and of course as we live really difficult times in the theatre industry.
No matter what though, please have a look on this platform where you can at least enjoy our work!
It is a visual feast of our productions, past, present and forthcoming!
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Despite living through challenging conditions, we artists of Theatre Lab Company, try to stay positive and create magic no matter what! During the lockdown we try our best to believe in a better future so we decided to stay active, inspired and creative, keeping the social distance rules.
We created a new project, LOVE LETTERS, a series of mini love stories through the letters of great artists who couldn’t meet their lovers! 10 Love stories, a different one every Monday. The project only started yesterday Monday the 1st of June and it will last until the 3rd of August.
The 10 episodes consist of the love letters of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera (Monday, 1 June), Scott and Zelda Fitzerald (Monday 8 June), Oscar Wilde and Alfred Douglas (Monday 15 June), Lucrezia Borgia and Pietro Bembo (Monday 22 June),Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West and Leonard Woolf (Monday 29 June), Kurt Weil and Lotte Lenya (Monday 6 July), Anton Chekov and Olga Knipper( Monday 13 July) , Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir ( Monday 20 July), Vladimir Mayakovsky and Lilya Brik (Monday 27 July) and finally Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor (Monday 3 August)
At the same time we prepare for our festival, STORIES FROM THE LOCKDOWN ERA, as we have to transform our reality into Art. The festival will take place in 2021 (date and location TBC) and will be a presentation of projects based on the lockdown period we all currently experienced and still experience. It is an international call for short plays for performance, new writing for play readings, spoken word, music performances, dance pieces. For further information: https://theatrelab.co.uk/2020/04/03/call-for-submissions-stories-from-the-lockdown-era/
We do hope you give you an idea of our work and our strong will to continue! This can happen only through your support!