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Artist Development | Producing | Design | Production

Current and forthcoming projects include...

'An original, unprecedented piece of musical theatre.' Exeunt Magazine

'An original, unprecedented piece of musical theatre.' Exeunt Magazine

Liz Carr:
Assisted Suicide The Musical

Disabled activist, actor and comedian Liz Carr has chosen the spectacular world of musical theatre as the backdrop to exploring the complex and controversial subject of assisted suicide in her new show. After dates at the Southbank Centre and Tramway Glasgow, Assisted Suicide: The Musical tours to DaDaFest in Liverpool on 17 & 18 Nov. More info, photos and interviews here.

'A playful pixie of performance art.' New York Times

'A playful pixie of performance art.' New York Times

Split Britches:
Tammy WhyNot YouTube

This lemon's still got a whole lotta juice!

Still curious at the age of 65, Tammy wants to talk to older people about what it means to get old. She wants to know what happens to the desire for sex. She wants to find out what kinds of touch, courtship and intimacy the old folks might be getting up to and she wants to talk about it in public. Take a look around

‘Few performers can make you forget where you are. Le Gateau Chocolat has that rare gift.’ The West Australian

‘Few performers can make you forget where you are. Le Gateau Chocolat has that rare gift.’ The West Australian

Le Gateau Chocolat:
Duckie

Family-friendly cabaret glamour and glitz takes centre stage in this reworking of The Ugly Duckling.

Critically acclaimed cabaret star Le Gateau Chocolat is breaking out of his shell but still bringing his magnificent baritone to this reimagining of a childhood favourite, in his first ever work especially for kids. Catch Duckie, 16-24 Dec at Southbank Centre.  

'Full of beauty and intensity.' ***** The Stage

'Full of beauty and intensity.'
***** The Stage

Le Gateau Chocolat:
Black

This cabaret legend has performed on major stages all over the world, including Sydney Opera House, Menier Chocolate Factory, Royal Opera House and Glyndebourne Opera as well as giving show-stopping performances at La Clique and La Soiree. Le Gateau Chocolat has a story to tell… 

2017 tour dates to be announced.

Recently in residency at Barbican (London), Governor's Island and LaMaMa ETC. (New York) 

Recently in residency at Barbican (London), Governor's Island and LaMaMa ETC. (New York) 

Split Britches:
Unexploded Ordnances (#UXO) - in development

A new Split Britches project inspired by the unexploded Civil War ammunition buried in New York Harbor and the iconic Stanley Kubrick film, Dr. Strangelove.

Exploring performance, installation, and conversation, Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw invite the audience to contribute to this developing intergenerational work around aging, unexplored desires and unexpressed tensions, and how we look forward in a world with an uncertain future. 

UXO will visit Los Angeles in February 2017. 

'Wellcome's work doesn't exist in  vacuum - so we've brought science to the Fringe' Dr Jeremy Farrar, Director of Wellcome Trust

'Wellcome's work doesn't exist in  vacuum - so we've brought science to the Fringe' Dr Jeremy Farrar, Director of Wellcome Trust

In 2017, The Sick of the Fringe will return to the Edinburgh Fringe and other to be announced locations. Join us on Twitter to keep updated, follow the conversation and join our community.