We are seeking an individual with a finance background to join our Board of Trustees. About the organisation StoneCrabs theatre company shines a light on hidden stories and places under-represented voices centre stage. For almost two decades we have been producing form-breaking, socially engaged theatre to the highest standards across the UK and internationally.
2021… it was a messy start, right? You’ve probably seen this meme going around: However humorous, it highlights the fact that there’s a lot of uncertainty and anxiety out there right now. We want you to know that you’re not alone; we feel it too and we want to help. As we settle into 2021, we
“A powerful 75 minutes of theatre, which couldn’t have more contemporary relevance.” The Stage on ‘Basic‘. StoneCrabs Theatre is seeking dynamic and committed individuals to join our Board. If you are passionate about diverse, international, political theatre and would enjoy supporting the next generation of theatre-makers, please have a look below: The Company A
StoneCrabs Theatre is looking for actors and actor-musicians for our ‘Out On An Island’ short film (to be filmed on the Isle of Wight), as well as the research and development of a new play inspired by the Out On An Island project. We are looking for actors with good improvisation, sightreading and storytelling skills.
Click here to download our 17th Oct Media Release. We are delighted to have been successful in our application to the Culture Recovery Fund. As a company made up of freelance theatre makers, this fund is a lifeline for StoneCrabs Theatre as it enables us to continue employing our key workforce. Like many of our
StoneCrabs Theatre is looking for actors for Playdoh, StoneCrabs Young Directors’ Online Research & Development Session CASTING CALL CLOSED Actors required for 7 hours across 3 sessions that can be decided between director and actor on appointment. FEE: £150. To apply please send an email to the director of the play you would like to be
A retrospective on the Stonewall Riots Today marks the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. On this day in 1969, at around one in the morning, the police raided the Stonewall Inn, a New York bar on Christopher Street that was a haven for the LGBTQ+ community. As patrons were released from the bar, a
StoneCrabs is incredibly grateful to have been awarded the Arts Council Emergency Response Fund thanks to the National Lottery Players (for organisations – non NPO). Scroll down to learn what this means to us. A heartfelt thank you from us These are difficult times, and we are incredibly grateful for the National Lottery Players
Our Stories Matter, open call to LGBTQ+ writers with an Isle of Wight connection Out On An Island invites members of the LGBTQ+ community with an Isle of Wight connection to contribute their experiences of life on the island for a new book to be published later this year. We are looking for prose, historical themed articles and autobiographical experiences telling the story of what it has meant to be part of this community on the Isle of Wight. What does this mean to you? How have attitudes changed? Perhaps you want to write about your first experience of attending Pride, or maybe you have memories of living under Clause 28. It could be a coming out, or a going out story. We want to share the emotions borne from being LGBTQ+ on the island. Three hundred and fifty copies of the finished book will be sent, free, to heritage archives and museums to populate national archives with LGBTQ+ stories. Writers whose work is selected will receive two copies of the book when it is launched later in 2020. Copyright will remain with the writer, who will give consent to the project to publish material in the book and online. No one else will be able to publish the work without the writer’s permission. We are not able to pay any fees or royalties for successful submissions. Submissions, which should be no longer than 1,500 words, should be sent to [email protected] with the subject line ‘Out On An Island Writing Submission’. Please let us know if you would like your submission to be printed anonymously. We would also like to invite people to send images, photos, visual art that might illustrate their writing. Please note that any written work or image which identifies anyone other than the writer can only be accepted with proof of their consent to be included in the collection. ‘Out On An Island’ is a project run by StoneCrabs Theatre Charity and funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. It has been running for the last 12 months recording the moving and inspiring stories of LGBTQ+ people with an Isle of Wight connection from the last 100 years. Submissions to be sent to: [email protected] Please title the email with: Out On An Island Writing Submission
We are monitoring the coronavirus outbreak closely, taking guidance from our Board of Trustees, the UK Government and the NHS daily. Our position up to now has been to continue our work as normally as we possibly can, but with an eye to an ever-changing environment. The health and safety of our artists, participants, staff
StoneCrabs Theatre has appointed arts consultant Fabio Santos to the newly created post of Executive Director. He will be working alongside the company’s founding director, Franko Figueiredo, who continues in his role as Artistic Director. Fabio will be responsible for leading the development of the company’s business strategy as it prepares to celebrate its 20thanniversary
We are proud to introduce our 2020 company of young directors in training: Bellaray Betrand-Webb,Catharina Conte, Tara Geraghty, Harry Hancock, Robyn Horne, Paloma Jacob-Duvernet, Jessica Kaliisa, John Livesey, Miranda Mackay, Simonne Mason, Jessica Mensah & Vicky Olusanya. These 12 young theatre makers are embarking on our flagship training programme centred around production, project management and theatre directing. In April 2020 they’ll bring