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May 2016

Thanks to Old Vic's Workrooms in Bermondsey for giving us a week to workshop a new play. We are excited to be back on our feet again, after a period of hybernation!

The children's show from a few years back is not forgotten either. More info to follow on both projects shortly.

May 2014

Pin the Tale is working on a new show aimed at children. More info will follow in due course!

July 2013

Pin the Tale's first outdoor show, Splash! has charmed audiences at festivals this summer. We are in the process of planning our autumn and winter schedule with lots of exciting projects in the pipeline!

Image by Kamal Prashar


April 2013

Pin The Tale has been commissioned to create a brand new family show Splash! At four festivals this summer:

» Lyric Hammersmith's Theatre in the Square  
(28 - 29th May)

» Greenwich and Dockland's International Festival
(22nd - 23rd June)

» Watford Palace Theatre's Imagine Watford
(29th - 30th June)

» Latitude Festival
(20th -21st July).

Splash! is a family show about the cycle of water told from the perspective of a water droplet. The production is the first collaboration between writer Andrea Pierides and Pin the Tale.

Get your umbrella out and put your wellies on as we journey through the cycle of water.

 

September 2011

We are excited to have been selected to showcase a taster of our new show HEAPS as part of China Plate’s First Bite Festival at mac Birmingham.

Watch this space for the next stage of development.

Special thanks to the National Theatre Studio, IdeasTap and The Old Vic for their support.

August 2011
Pin the Tale are honoured to announce three new patrons to the company: Michael Attenborough, Kathryn Hunter, Marcello Magni

July 2011
We had a ball at the Almeida Theatre (Greyscale Theatre Brothel)!  Thank you to Michael Attenbrorough for his kind words on the show.

Our Artistic Director, Michael Attenborough went last night and absolutely loved Pin The Tale – his words below…
“Tales of Russian sex workers and European sex tourists. The Ying and Yang of supply and demand. Rich tales told with next to nothing. Serious stories told through laughter. Revelations revealed by masks. Dignity achieved by throwing dignity away. Complexity from simplicity. Sympathy for those who never asked for it. Gestures that speak, words that paint. Tales told just millimetres ahead of us. Gears changed in the blink of an eye. Never teaching, never lecturing, never preaching. Documentary facts, through pretence, reach a higher truth.
Catch the brilliant Pin The Tale if you possibly can.”

June 2011
Pin the Tale will be performing our top secret show at the Almeida Theatre as part of Greyscale’s Theatre Brothel.  We hope you can make it! (July 6th - 16th 2011, 7.30 pm)
Click here for more details and tickets

March 2011
Pin the Tale is thrilled to have been invited to spend a week at the National Theatre Studio to develop their new piece; HEAPS. This will take place over the week of March 28th.

Pin the Tale have now joined twitter! You can follow us on @PintheTale.

Thank you to the brilliant Oval House staff and for all of you who attended ULOV at the Oval House Theatre. We had a blast of a show and it was brilliant to see so many faces there. Please keep an eye on the website for future performances of CATCH/ULOV.

January 2011
Pin the Tale will be performing ULOV 17th – 19th of March at Oval House Theatre as part of their First Bites Festival.

Keep an eye out here for our plans for 2011, including further dates for CATCH/ULOV as well as news about our new, top secret, project.

November 2010
Our Catch/Ulov autumn tour finished with a bang at RichMix, east London. Thank you to all of our fabulous audiences.

June 2010
Pin the Tale is delighted to have won the IdeasTap Innovators Award to support the research and development period for CATCH/ULOV

August 2009
catch was a huge hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009.

“Beautifully conveyed piece of physical theatre”
The Scotsman

"Hugely enjoyable, catch it if you can”
Three Weeks

“A powerful show…wonderful theatre”
Broadway Baby

 

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