Our February reading and workshop is on Wednesday 13th February at 7pm, Theatre Deli Moorgate. To Participate email us or join the Backbone Theatre Collective on Facebook for more information. Shed by Kate Webster Retired teacher Alan loves his garden, the sound of his own voice and cricket. And he’s living in his garden shed. Teenage […]Read More Shed by Kate Webster
We are very excited to announce our next reading on November 20th at 6.30pm, Theatre Deli, Moorgate. Run, Monster is a feature sporting biopic written by BAFTA winning writer Alex Rose and created by Georgina Higgins. The film is inspired by the true story of World Championship hurdler Dai Greene. — A sports fanatic teenager, Dai Greene, […]Read More RUN, MONSTER
This summer we’re workshopping two plays from East Asian writers. Chopsticks in the Cotton Fields by Mei Mac will be workshopped in July. You Can’t on These by Bertha Lee will be workshopped in August. Both stories explore East Asian identities, and we’re so excited to be hosting the work as part of our residency at […]Read More Chopsticks in the Cotton Fields / You Can’t On These
In December 2017 we workshopped the Dickensian classic Oliver Twist at Theatre Deli, Broadgate. We’ve been looking at some classic storytelling and devising techniques, and at lesser explored themes of the book, which are usually overlooked. We’ll be holding more workshops throughout 2018, if you’re interested in getting involved please get in touch via […]Read More Oliver Twist
Next play reading confirmed! This month we will be reading Animal Instinct by Alex Gwyther and Paul Davidson, on Monday 28th May, 6pm at Theatre Deli. As always the event is free and drop in, but do email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you’d like to come along. Info below: ‘Animal Instinct is a dark […]Read More Animal Instinct
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In your late twenties you start to look to the future. You perhaps realise that the assumptions you made at 16 about where you’d be at 27, 33 or 40 come from media related hype, involving ancient societal pressures on any woman over 27 to marry immediately and sort her life out, all the while […]Read More Blogpost: The Road(s) Less Travelled