FallOut Theatre is committed to the drama of aftermath, the beauty of chance, and the overwhelming energy of conflict: we like to see What Falls Out.
Formed in 2007, we concentrate on producing new work and innovative explorations of classics. We are currently working a new stage adaptation of Ian McEwan's The Cement Garden. Previously, we have produced Meat - a new play by our writer-in-residence Jimmy Osborne, which was staged at Theatre 503 in June 2012 - and the first full production of Torben Betts’ brutal critique of consumerist culture, Mummies and Daddies, as well as Personal Enemy by John Osborne and Antony Creighton – lost for over half a century by the Lord Chamberlain’s office who had censored its contents of all reference to homosexuality. Personal Enemy opened in London in June 2010, before transferring to the Brits Off Broadway Festival in New York, in November of the same year.
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November 25th 2013
The Cement Garden
We're pleased to announce that tickets for The Cement Garden by Ian McEwan are now on sale. The Cement Garden is being performed as part of the VAULT Festival 2014 and tickets are available here.
January 18-19th 2013
Maisie Says She Loves Me
David Aula performed Jimmy Osborne's first monologue at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, 18-19 January 2013, as part of the Newvolutions Festival
MEAT Production Dates Announced
We're very pleased to announce that MEAT will open at Theatre 503, Battersea, in June 2012. More details about casting will be announced soon. Tickets can be booked via the Theatre 503 website.
The Cement Garden
Adapted by David Aula and Jimmy Osborne
28th January - 8th March 2014
Tuesday to Saturday at 7pm