No Such Thing is the brainchild of On The Run’s David Ralfe and Rhum and Clay Theatre Company’s Christopher Harrisson.
It provides a home for short-form physical, visual and experimental performance. By short-form, we mean self-contained pieces no more than 15 minutes long.
We programme and occasionally perform in No Such Thing about twice a year, in partnership with the New Diorama Theatre.
Previous No Such Things have featured clown, dance, hand-shadow puppetry, physical theatre, short films, mad lectures, acrobatics, performances in near-total darkness and our very own ‘Greek Tragedy’, a deranged spoof of theatre’s most murderous genre.
Keep an eye out for announcements on the next No Such Thing when we’ll open applications for a brand new line-up of amazing artists.
Read our Guest Column in Exeunt Magazine to find out more about why we love short form theatre.
Photos by Richard Davenport & Mihaela Bodlovic