New for 2022 we're putting the spotlight on the Dante or Die team. Each month we'll share an interview with different members of our team. Find out what an average day as an Artistic Director is like in our first interview with Terry O'Donovan.
We’re recruiting two dedicated Trustees to join our board of directors. For more information and details on how to apply please read this Job Pack.
We're thrilled to be included in such illustrious company as Tim Crouch, James Graham & Tarek Iskander, in Caridad Svich's fascinating new book of conversations with global theatre makers published by Methuen Drama.
This new short documentary is a collaboration between Dante or Die and award-winning film-maker Pinny Grylls. It is available to stream now.
Delighted to announce we've been nominated for a Prix Europa Digital Media 2021 award for our video podcast User Not Found, commissioned by The Space & funded by Arts Council England.
This beautifully produced book includes all three scripts and forewords by writers Ann Akinjirin, Tim Crouch and Sonia Hughes. Plus colour photographs of the installation and reflections from Dante or Die’s Artistic Directors, the creative team and neuroscientist Professor Francis McGlone.
We're so pleased that Skin Hunger has been nominated for two Offies Awards: Best Production and Best Performance in the Offies IDEA category which celebrates innovative/devised/experiential/atypical work. Thanks to the team at Offies for celebrating the production.
Odds On is a new digital production that submerges you into the world of Pearls of Fortune - a garish, underwater online gambling site. We are experimenting with creative technologists Marmelo, and engaging with local problem gambling communities in Salford, Kent & Reading, to create an episodic, online theatrical experience.
In June we finished 72 performances of our new production, Skin Hunger. What a joy to meet audiences one-on-one in this unique performance installation.
Between January and June 2021 we've been blown away by the creativity of young people in Lancaster and Kent that we've had the pleasure to work with. At The Dukes, Lancaster we devised a short film, in partnership with Raindance the largest independent film festival. The young arts activists that took part created a film inspired by the theme of protest.