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Twitter responses to Bracken Moor

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 by Tricycle

Bracken Moor is now roughly half way through its run in our theatre – here’s what people are saying on Twitter:

You have to see #BrackenMoor @TricycleTheatre by the very talented #alexikayecampbell with great performances by the outstanding cast..

#BrackenMoor is flawlessly constructed and the work is stunningly brave. Thanks for a great night of theatre.

#BrackenMoor, an utterly engrossing & suspenseful tale of grief & denial vividly brought to life at @TricycleTheatre

wow #BrackenMoor was truly haunting. Masterclass in acting from the leading lady, Awards should follow.

Bracken Moor is a must see! Brilliant new writing and brilliant cast @TricycleTheatre

Bracken Moor @TricycleTheatre—intense, gripping and some interesting debates in there

@TricycleTheatre really enjoyed Bracken Moor very spooky!

Can’t recommend #BrackenMoor @TricycleTheatre highly enough. A chilling, beautifully written play performed by an outstanding cast. See it!

Prompted by my daughter’s very positive experience, I have now also experienced #BrackenMoor @TricycleTheatre Wonderfully gripping theatre.

Saw a stunning #BrackenMoor at @TricycleTheatre last night. Chilling, intense and beautifully acted, written and directed. Lucky me. See it!

Saw Bracken Moor at the Tricycle Theatre – chilling but superb piece – a must see! @TricycleTheatre

Bracken Moor is on stage at the Tricycle Theatre until 20 July.
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Bracken Moor trailer

Thursday, June 13th, 2013 by Tricycle

Watch the trailer for this haunting production from Alexi Kaye Campbell, directed by Shared Experience’s Polly Teale.

Bracken Moor is on stage at the Tricycle Theatre until 20 July.
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From the Bracken Moor rehersal room

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 by Tricycle

Rehearsals for Bracken Moor are in well under way, and Assistant Director Rosy Banham has written this post to let us know what they’ve been up to.

View more photos on our Facebook page


We’re into Week Three of rehearsals now and the characters are really starting to come to life, while the story itself feels increasingly charged and chilling.

Our work in the rehearsal room is largely falling into four strands. The first – and perhaps the most obvious – is discussion. As a group, we’ve discussed characters’ back stories, their objectives and superobjectives (their “wants”), their obstacles (whatever gets in the way of these “wants”), and of course the historical context in which they live. The actors have shared their research on Yorkshire mining communities, domestic service, the London debutante season, and much, much more.

The second strand is physical work with Liz Ranken, the show’s movement director. In these sessions, we’ve embodied the characters’ inner lives, while also looking at the social ‘covers’ which they construct in the company of others. Last week, we explored traditionally male postures (bound, direct and heavy) and traditionally female ones (free, indirect and light) – the two might well have felt more pronounced and polarised in the early 20th century.

The third strand is improvisation, which colours the characters’ back stories, making the present action of the play detailed, vivid and real. We have improvised episodes from characters’ childhoods and discussed the ways in which their upbringings may have impacted upon their adult lives. We’ve also improvised events between the play’s scenes and acts to ensure that we have a shared and specific conception of the story’s progression.

The fourth and final strand is scene work, which is of course informed and enhanced by all of the other strands. Specificity, detail and clarity emerge in the scene work when the other strands are feeding in and yielding new discoveries. The work in the coming weeks will be to go on exploring, mining the text for information and impulses, so that the world feels truly alive for the show’s audiences.

View photos from the Bracken Moor rehearsal room our our Facebook page.

Bracken Moor is the first co-production between the Tricycle Theatre and Shared Experience, and runs at the Tricycle from 6 June – 20 July. BOOK NOW


Paper Dolls production trailer

Monday, March 18th, 2013 by Tricycle

Paper Dolls is now in full swing! If you’re still wondering what it’s all about, take a look at our latest production trailer…

Paper Dolls Extra dates added – must end 28 April.

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Paper Dolls preview trailer

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 by Tricycle

We take a peek behind the scenes of Paper Dolls, to see what it’s all about…

Paper Dolls Extra dates added – must end 28 April.

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Capital Bid Success!

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 by Tricycle

We are delighted to announce we have been successful in the first stage of our application for the Arts Council’s Capital Funding Programme.  Over £3 million has been pledged to the Tricycle, on approval of the second part of the application, enabling ambitious plans to refocus the work of the Tricycle Theatre based on building improvements, a smaller carbon footprint and renewed engagement with the communities served by the venue. 

Our Artistic Director Indhu Rubasingham said:

“I’m delighted that our application for a Capital Bid to the Arts Council was successful. This is the next stage in what has already proved to be a thrilling first year in my role as Artistic Director of the Tricycle. 

 Community is a vital word for me.  The local community, the artistic community, the international community and the Tricycle community.  I want these communities to interact in, and engage with the building and its output.  It is for this reason that I’m so excited that with this funding, we can address the building itself – I am sure that it will ensure a sustainable future for us. 

Our plan opens the way to attract and engage a larger and more diverse public in outstanding artistic and education experiences.  We will reduce our carbon footprint. We will refocus the theatre as a local facility at the heart of global exchange and debate – something at the heart of my mission, theatre programming and vision for the Tricycle’s future.

We will soon be launching a Capital campaign to raise the considerable additional funds needed to realise this ambitious plan.

For queries please contact the Development Office on 020 7625 0132.


One Monkey Don't Stop No Show trailer

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013 by Tricycle

Here’s a little teaser for Eclipse Theatre Company’s One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show, Don Evans’ hilariously outrageous comedy set in ’70s Philadelphia

how to use an ipad”>One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show runs from 16 Jan – 9 Feb.

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Audience reactions to The Arabian Nights

Friday, December 21st, 2012 by Tricycle

Find out what audiences think about our first ever family festive production The Arabian Nights.