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We may have seemed quite quiet in 2015 but we’ve been very busy beavering away making plans and preparations and we’re pleased to announce the first of these is about to come to fruition.
We’re delighted to announce that our new musical Standing By is coming to the Stanwix Theatre at the beginning of March. We will be collaborating with second year musical theatre students at the University of Cumbria to bring a first showing of Standing By to the Cumbrian countryside.
The world of the theatre is spun on its head as those in black come out from the dark and into the limelight. The stage is set but join us behind the scenery where you’ll find an explosive story of friendship, imagination and illicit liquor production.
Spending their downtime exploring a realm of fantasy to escape the repetition that 8 shows a week can bring, the backstage team open their game to a wandering understudy, unaware of the high-stakes this new player brings. Meanwhile the rest of the crew are busy trying to hide their dodgy dealings from the tyrannical Stage Manager. All it’d take for everything to come crashing down is a small dose of reality.
You can check out the team (including faces both old and new) who have been working away on Standing By right here on our website by CLICKING HERE.
If you’re near Carlisle on March 9th, 11th or 12th then why not book yourself in for this first glimpse at this hilarious, heartfelt look at the world of theatre, CLICK HERE TO BOOK NOW!
If you’re in London during February though why not check out Orphans at the Southwark Playhouse, produced by our very own Kirsty Fox and playing from February 10th – March 5th.
And if you’re a budding writer don’t forget to check out Write Now 7, a new writing competition run by our friends at The Jack Studio Theatre. Submissions for full length pieces by writers with a connection to South East London are open until January 29th and the competition for shorts (open to all) will have it’s theme announced this month too. Check out the details by CLICKING HERE.
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Over the next couple of months we will be making an array of announcements about all the exciting projects we have in the pipeline. The first preview of what we have installed is the news that we are recruiting! We are looking for a book writer to join the OutFox team. To find our more and how to apply click HERE and don’t forget you can follow us on twitter to keep up to date with everything OutFox!
Every play that OutFox has had the privilege to work on has been an incredible adventure and The Gut Girls has been no different. To put on any production takes a phenomenal amount of work and again here at OutFox, we have been lucky to work with an incredibly talented cast and crew.
CLICK HERE FOR THE GALLERY
Check out these wonderful production shots from Andy Forey and ClickSka Photographer by clicking here and read some great reviews of the show here. If you haven’t already done so you can book your tickets here and check out the The Gut Girls in action.
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There’s raucous laughter streaming out of The Jack’s rehearsal room. A sign that the Gut Girls are in and up to no good. Take a look at what they’ve been up to with these fantastic rehearsal shots courtesy of Mark Bowsher.
And to see The Gut Girls in their full glory, book your tickets here. Don’t forget tickets for the first two nights are just £10 each!
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In just over a week it will be lights up on The Gut Girls and we are absolutely delighted to welcome on board Katharina Hollerwöger as Stage Manager.
CLICK HERE to find out more about Katharina’s previous work along with the rest of the crew and CLICK HERE to book your tickets. Don’t forget preview tickets are only £10!
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We are pleased to announce the cast
of our latest production; Sarah Daniel’s The Gut Girls!
The Gut Girls will be our fifth production at The Jack
and we are very excited to be back with a play bursting with local interest.
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January sees us launching into pre-production for our first show of 2014. You’ll find the casting details for The Gut Girls over on the Jobs & Castings page. Tickets for the show are on sale and you can book online with no fees by CLICKING HERE.
Check out the productions photos from our last show of 2013, the double Offie nominated Corpus Christi over in the Gallery. A big thanks to The Space for hosting us and for the shout out in their end of year podcast which you can find by clicking here.
You can see the work of Corpus Christi director, John Fricker, and The Gut Girls director, Amy Gunn, as part of the One Festival 2014 at The Space, which begins this week so do go and check that out too!
Thanks for your support last year and here’s to more success in the coming one!
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We’re very excited to announce that OutFox’s first show of 2014 sees us return to The Jack Studio Theatre in Brockley with a play laiden with local interest.
Running from March 11th-29th, Sarah Daniels‘ The Gut Girls takes a look at the women working in the cattle sheds in the docks of Victorian Deptford. Find out more about the show by checking out our FORTHCOMING SHOWS page. You can also book tickets online by CLICKING HERE.
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Corpus Christi is about to start its second week at The Space theatre on the Isle of Dogs. The show was last performed in the UK thirteen years ago when writer Terrence McNally was issued with a Fatwa over the content of the piece. A take on a story that has lasted over 2000 years with a central theme of Love, Corpus Christi is not one to be confined to the archives.
To tempt you along here are some photos of the rehearsal period courtesy of Katherine Rodden at K-Rod Photography.
Click here for the Gallery
In addition to this we have started to receive some great reviews, including FOUR STARS FROM GAY TIMES which you can check out by heading to the Reviews page and if that wasn’t enough we have a promotional ticket offer for you. Just quote the code Texas when booking online for £8 tickets. Limited availability so book before they go!
There are only two weeks left to catch this “intense and thought-provoking” production – book now to avoid disappointment!
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