FIT Theatre Productions
I Wanted To Ask
I Wanted to Ask looks at uncovering female experiences from the past. This work is being created with the help of Found in Translation’s residency at Blue Elephant Theatre.
Cassandra is being reworked following its run at Blue Elephant Theatre, thanks in part to a grant received from the Hellenic Society.
Bring Back Chainmail
Can imagination heal the deepest of wounds?
Chivalry isn't dead.. as far as self appointed Ser James is concerned. Medieval Knights can still exist, and why shouldn't they?
June 21 2019
Found In Translation Theatre Company performed a short excerpt of Aristophanes’ Frogs as special guests at a schools drama festival run by the Iris Project, an educational charity promoting the study of the ancient world in British state schools.
Debuted 12th June 2018
Written by Rose Goodbody and based on Aeschylus’ Agamemnon, Cassandra takes us on a very personal journey through some of the struggles many women face in their lives; the choice between what’s expected of them and how they feel. Touching on the themes of #metoo and #timesup, Cassandra is an exploration of giving a voiceless woman an audience.
Leave. To Remain (An Aristophanic Brexit Tale)
Debuted 31st August 2017
In a post-Article 50 alt-reality Britain is going to the dogs. Government has outsourced democracy to a tv voting show, pizza has been banned for its foreign origins and a visa to France now costs 30 Euros (£300). Eventually one man has enough and decides to rejoin the EU idependently. But with anti-European inspectors, a chorus of nationalists and Ol' Nige out to get him, how will Dick fare?
Based on 'The Acharnians' by Aristophanes, Ollie Harrington's "original and naturally funny" script brings all the silliness and satire of ancient Greek comedy to contemporary Britain.