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Alumni

This page is dedicated to the talented individuals of our Emerging Perspectives Programme, past and present! Meet them below:

ALUMNI - 2015 - 16

Tony Fisher - Photographer

Alice Gee - Performer

Kamal Joory - Composer

Becky Statham - Performer

Lytisha Tunbridge - Poet and Narrator

Find out more about the 2015 - 16 EP Company

 

ALUMNI - 2014 - 15

Ryan Gilmartin - Performer and Sound Design

Kyle Futers - Performer

Simon Butler - Performer

Alisia Hargreaves - Performer

Chloe Culpin - Performer

Madeleine Jogela - Performer

 Hope Ward-Brown - Director

Find out more about the 2014- 15 EP Company

ALUMNI - 2013-14

Callan Durant - Performer

Mia Johnson - Performer

Louise White - Performer

Natalie Smallwood - Stage Manager

Charlotte Bond - Performer

John Tissiman - Performer

Lewis Fernandez - Actor

Rob Turnock - Writer

Rob Wileman -Writer

Emily Holyoake - Writer

Kelly Punton - Writer

Find out more about the 2013-14 EP Company


ALUMNI - 2012-13

Charlotte Tomlinson - Assistant Stage Manager

Chris Walters - Composer/Performer

Deborah Carlin - Performer

Dickie Garton - Performer

Eleanor Parker - Assistant Stage Manager

Ellen Hutchinson - Performer

Emma Hayes - Performer

Emma Pegg - Designer

Jennifer Ellis - Performer

Laura Burrows - Designer

Lauren Dowell - Writer (Runner Up)

Marilyn Ricci - Writer (Winner)

Michael Pepper - Writer (Runner Up)

Monika Johnson Writer - (Runner Up)

Rick Briggs - Writer (Runner Up)

Sam Warren - Performer

Theresa Keogh - Director (Ensemble)

Find out more about the 2012-13 Step Up Company


ALUMNI - 2011-12

Alexandra Bradley - Performer

Becci Hooper - Performer/Assistant Director

Beth Shouler - Writer (Runner Up)

Bethany Wells - Designer

Cathy Grindrod - Writer (Runner Up)

Gareth Morgan - Dramaturg

Georgie Elsom - Performer/Assistant Director

Hugh Dichmont - Writer (Runner Up)

Jane Upton - Writer (Winner)

Jenny Crowder - Stage Manager/Assistant Director/Assistant Production Manager

Lesley Emery - Performer

Matthew Heseltine - Performer

Monika Johnson - Writer (Runner Up)

Natalie Ellis - Designer

Ollie Smith - Performer

Selina Scott-Benin - Performer

Subika Anwar - Performer

Find out more about the 2011-12 Step Up Company

 

Welcome

New Perspectives is an East Midlands based national touring theatre company, with a specialty in creating dynamic performances for rural audiences. We make ambitious and original theatre, focusing on new writing, adaptations and revivals, which we present in community settings and venues nationally and internationally. We provide career defining training and mentoring opportunities for emerging regional talent and manage the rural touring scheme Northants Touring Arts . 

EXCITE, CHALLENGE & ENGAGE
One of the many things we do is to turn village halls into professional theatre spaces.

JOIN OUR FAMILY OF SUPPORTERS
Whether you’re a theatre lover, rural champion, or believe in widespread access to the arts then please help us make our work. Like every actor on stage, or each word on the page, every donor plays a vital role, your support can make a real difference... Find out more

YOUR NAME IN LIGHTS
An original gift for rural champions and theatre lovers everywhere. Find out more...

TOURING

IN 2017
THE GIANT JAM SANDWICH

Children's best-seller live on stage!

THE MAN WITHOUT A PAST
A Finnish melancomedy

HARVEST
Regional premiere of Richard Bean's outstanding rural saga



 
 
 
 
 
Spine-chilling ghost story
 
 


NEWS

CALLING WRITERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS AND VIDEOGRAPHERS!
Join Michael Pinchbeck to create a performance inspired by John Berger's masterpiece A FORTUNATE MAN. Deadline Fri 3 March. Find out more...
 
HOW DO YOU INVENT A GIANT JAM SANDWICH?
John Vernon Lord tells us where it all began check out our blog...     
 
WE CALLED, YOU ANSWERED
The deadline for our writer's development programme, HAUNTS, is now closed. We're pleased to have received an overwhelming amount of entries and are looking forward to reading every one.  Find out more...

SHHH...AKESPEARE! SUPPORT!
We have reached over half of our fundraising target for our new young people's project - but we still need your support.  Find out more...

 
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