Theatre Re

To reinvent. To reveal.

Welcome to our online home. Theatre Re  creates and produces visual theatre shows on the edge of mime and theatre.

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Our next touring dates:

  1. Blind Man’s Song is on tour with more than 40 shows in 10 different cities, across 3 countries!

Come and see us because we want to see you!

See our next tour dates here!

Welcome to our online home! Theatre Re is a London-based international ensemble creating thought-provoking, tangible and poignant work that examines fragile human conditions and spans the boundaries of mime and theatre.

Photo: Agnieszka Dolata

Our new project The Nature of Forgetting is slowly coming to life!

We have just finished an initial R&D period funded by National Lottery through Arts Council England and more info about our next steps forward will be announced very shortly!

« There is something, way down deep that’s eternal about every human being... And that’s what’s left when memory is gone. »

This quote from Thornton Wilder’s Our Town alludes to what we want to portray through The Nature of Forgetting.

To forget is to be unable to remember. It implies the loss of accessibility to a memory, however it does not necessarily mean that the information is lost. Through the portrayal of one man’s inability to recollect his life, and building on recent neurobiological research and interviews with people living with dementia, we are developing a powerful, haunting and beautiful theatre piece about what is left when memory is gone.

Photo: Richard Davenport

Theatre Re is extremely grateful to Arts Council England and  Haringey Council  for their ongoing help, trust and support.
We are also very proud to be working in association with The Point, Eastleigh and South Hill Park Arts Centre as Associate Artists, with The Greenwich Theatre as a Supported Company, as well as with Shoreditch Town Hall, The Lincoln Drill Hall and Jacksons Lane.