The House Is On Fire
The House is On Fire was a brand-new immersive performance piece created by young performances artists, exploring topics such as education, racial inequality and the environment and their impact on young people.
Director- Rory Aaron
Assistant Director- Audrey Albert
Movement Director – Katia Kennedy
The show debuted at Contact in October 2021
8 Hours There and Back
This verbatim performance takes the testimonies of children across the UK who have experienced a parent in prison. Each one is different yet there are some common things. Things that they want to say, things that they want us to hear, things that they think we need to listen to. To understand. To make changes because when they are put inside, they are left outside.
Company-All Things Considered
Director-Sarah Hogarth & Emma Bramley
Assistant Director-Rory Aaron
The show deputed at Unity Theatre for a three night run in January 2022
Along side Audrey Albert, and funded by The Big Imaginations Fund, I created an immersive theatre piece which encouraged young people to develop an emotional connection to the deep ocean whilst considering the impact plastic consumption has upon our shorelines.
Writer/Co-Director- Rory Aaron
Visual Artist/Co-Director-Audrey Albert
This show was commissioned by Z-Arts
The Old Green Time Machine
The Old green Time Machine follows the journey of two intrepid and quirky time travellers who are in a race to save the world. In a future where all living things have been destroyed and all thats left is plastic, our two adventurers find themselves on an urgent journey into the past to change the course of history. It's a shame their time machine has seen better days
Choreographed- Fern Wareham & Rachel Maffei
Writer- Rory Aaron & Ella Otemewo
This show is currently touring around libraries and children's theatre spaces such as The Octagon in Bolton