Corelli by Mayou Trikerioti

The first major stage production of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, based on Louis de Bernieres’ best-selling novel, has been announced for a UK tour.

Olivier and Tony award nominee Melly Still will direct the production, which will be adapted for the stage by Rona Munro, whose recent credits include an adaptation of My Name is Lucy Barton at the Bridge Theatre in London.

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin will run at Leicester’s Curve Theatre from April 13 to 20, 2019, before visiting the Rose Theatre in Kingston, Theatre Royal Bath, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, King’s Theatre Edinburgh and Theatre Royal in Glasgow, where it runs until June 29. Press night will be on April 25 at the Rose Theatre Kingston.

Set and costume designs will be by Mayou Trikerioti with lighting by Malcolm Rippeth, sound by Jon Nicholls, projection design by Dom Baker for OD Vision and music by Harry Blake.

Casting is to be announced.

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin is produced by Neil Laidlaw, Rose Theatre Kingston and Birmingham Repertory Theatre.

Macbeth previews by Mayou Trikerioti

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By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes.

First Preview

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come see the tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury signifying nothing. cause it’s fab

...and on our preview of Macbeth, the news that Eimuntas Nekrošius today has passed away... lost for words.

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Hear Here at Dare Festival by Mayou Trikerioti

So incredibly proud for our Change of Art team (Sarah Sigal, Hannah Eugénie Tookey, Amy Clare Tasker, Susanna Fiore, Tom Mansfield and Mayou Trikerioti for producing HEAR HERE.

You can catch it now as part of DARE festival:

http://www.upstart-theatre.co.uk/dare-festival-2018/

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A flatmate who tells you not to give money to homeless people. A teacher who denies that colourism exists. A boyfriend who spends money like it’ll never run out, because technically it won’t, for him. The end of friendships. The start of arguments with people who just don’t like being wrong.

Change of Art share a multitude of stories about difficult conversations with friends, family and colleagues, gathered through door-knocking in the local community in Shoreditch.

Hear Here is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

Dramaturg: Sarah Sigal

Sound Designer: Mark Webber

Outreach Facilitator: Tom Godwin

Door-knocking Team: Sarah Sigal, Hannah Tookey, Stephanie Ellis, Caroline O'Grady