We are Apricity Theatre, a Southwest-based theatre company. We make poetic, striking theatre that explores the relationship between our identities and the world that surrounds them. We bridge the gap between old and new writing, with radical adaptations and original work that harnesses the tension between what is personal and what is public.
Established in 2013 by Hannah Mosettig and Charlotte Turner-McMullan during our time at Bath Spa University, our first production was Morbo Amoris, staged at The Museum of Bath at Work. Since then we have continued to experiment with creative and found theatre spaces and with new explorations into poetic storytelling.
We have collaborated with other local creatives, including dramaturg and writer Hattie Taylor (Open Mic, Arabian Nights, Went the Day Well?), actor-musician Matilda Dickinson (Open Mic, The Power of Plumbing, There’s Nothing There), director Toby Underwood (Concoction Theatre Company) and most recently Back Dog Productions (The Breach, There’s Nothing There). We have formed connections with other organisations such as Dumb Blonde Theatre, The Barded Ladies, Bath Spa Productions, 44AD Artspace, the Theatre Bath Bus and the Rondo Theatre.
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