Established in 2009, Theatre Re are an international ensemble creating vibrant and emotional work on the edge of mime and theatre; mime as corporeal mime sits at the base of all their creative work and the company are fascinated by the idea of making “visible the invisible”.
The company has toured work nationally and internationally going from strength to strength, gaining notable recognition amongst audiences and critics alike.
Theatre Re has received support from Arts Council England, Arts Council Ireland, the French Institute in London, the city of Paris, the city of Lyon and Haringey Council (North London) to create international projects.
The company were one of our Associate Artists in 2016/17.
Gravity & Levity
Gravity & Levity are an aerial-dance company that creates cross art-form touring productions, led by Artistic Director Lindsey Butcher. With a portfolio of eight productions - spanning indoor and outdoor work - and two festivals, the company has formed an on-going partnership with The Point.
In August 2016, the European Aerial Dance Festival (EADF) - the company's world-class training course - moved from its home in Brighton to The Point, using the venue's spaces to host inspiring and intensive workshops for aerialists from around the world. In August 2019 the company presented the tenth annual EADF.
Lîla Dance is directed by Abi Mortimer, Carrie Whitaker and Dougie Evans. The company has a nationally-recognised portfolio of work and is currently an Associate Company at The Univeristy of Chichester.
Lîla Dance works closely with emerging artists and graduates, leading workshops and professional training opportunities annually. The company's work captures the extremes of humanity within physical movement, expressing the balance between primal urgency and intelligent reasoning.
Working with The Point through 2018-2022, the company plans to create new work across dance and film and redevelop their strategy.
Joli Vyann formed in 2012. Led by Olivia Quayle and Jan Patzke, the duo combines their experiences of working internationally across circus and dance to create cross-discipline work, blurring the boundaries of conventional dance, theatre and circus.
The company was an Associate Artist at The Point in 2013/14 and went on to form a strong rapport with the venue and its creative team, since being programmed to perform at outdoor arts festival Eastleigh Unwrapped and present work in the main house.
Together, Olivia and Jan tell engaging stories via beguiling acrobatic and athletic skills and graceful dance.
Stuff & Nonsense
Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company are one of the country's leading family theatre companies. Led by Artistic Director Niki McCretton, the company has been in operation for more than 10 years.
The company has built a reputation with family audiences for creating quirky adaptations of classic family stories, using puppetry and song to enthral young people.
As an @HOME artist Stuff and Nonsense will strive towards developing an international audience, while delivering innovative outreach work and programming agendas.