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Supported Artists

At the heart of Greenwich Theatre's work is our support for young, emerging, exceptional talent. Companies at the very beginning of their theatrical journey are mentored through our Artist Development Programme; those with a little more experience and a growing aspiration can join our group of supported artists, helping them realise their creative ambitions with a range of support in anything from marketing to technical production; and finally those companies can graduate into Greenwich Theatre Associate Artists, working with us as partners on the creation of new work. Scroll down to find out about some of our supported artists...

Theatre Re

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Established in 2009, Theatre Re is a London-based international ensemble creating vibrant and emotional work on the edge of mime and theatre.


Lost Watch Theatre Company

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Lost Watch formed in 2013 by Rianna Dearden, Olivia Hirst and Agnes Wild and have created 3 award-winning shows based on honest and gripping stories with no set rules of style or content. Play for September, KATE and Goodstock all premiered at the Pleasance Courtyard at Edinburgh Fringe and have gone on to London runs and international touring.


Reverend Productions

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Reverend Productions is a company dedicated to creating and producing new work for the theatre. Born of a series of collaborations by actors who trained together at East 15 School of Acting, the company works with a wide range of artists to devise and write new plays.


How Small. How Far.

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How Small. How Far. is a new theatre company led by writer and performer Lucy Grace and producer Chrissy Angus.


Patch Of Blue Theatre Company

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Patch Of Blue creates fresh, exciting and touching theatre for festivals and touring. Based in London, the company tours its shows across the UK and regularly presents work at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.


Smooth Faced Gentlemen

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Smooth Faced Gentlemen is the UK's only dedicated all-female Shakespeare company.


Broken Leg Theatre

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Since Broken Leg Theatre was established in 2008 the company has successfully devised and produced three new plays. 

Vertical Line Theatre

Vertical Line Theatre was formed in 2010 with the aim of producing high quality pieces of new writing from emerging artists.


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