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The shell-shocked poets of Craiglockhart war hospital
Craiglockhart is the setting for Pat Barker's Regeneration, but why was the hospital so significant? Nicholas Rice investigates.
A Wonderland call out to miner friends and Brassed Off lovers
If you enjoyed the Touring Consortium's production of Brassed Off, don't miss the opportunity to watch Beth Steel's new play marking the thirtieth anniversary of the miners' strike. Hampstead Theatre and the Guardian will be live-streaming this weekend's final performance of Wonderland - and it's free to watch from 7.30pm on Saturday 26 July 2014. By Brassed Off producer Jenny King.
Who was Siegfried Sassoon?
A look into the life of Siegfried Sassoon, the World War One poet who is also a key character in the forthcoming stage adaptation of Pat Barker's Regeneration. By Nicholas Rice.
Northampton’s autumn at The Core includes Michael Morpurgo’s Private Peaceful
After the stage premiere of Pat Barker’s Regeneration in September, Northampton audiences will have a second autumn helping of drama commemorating the centenary of the First World War in another literary adaptation.
Sneaky peek: Regeneration set design ideas
As the company start preparing for Regeneration rehearsals next week, we get a chance to have a sneaky peek at some of the ideas Alex Eales has come up with for the set design...
A word from the producer: First day of rehearsals
Refreshed and back from a holiday in Italy, where I visited Carrara with my sculptor husband to pick up some marble (not easily done) for his next project, I quickly got back to theatre and work in London. By Regeneration co-producer Jenny King.
Who was Wilfred Owen?
In Regeneration, Siegfried Sassoon meets fellow poet Wilfred Owen while at Craiglockhart Hospital. Nicholas Rice looks at the rest of Owen’s life and influences
Cast and creatives announced for Regeneration
The troops are gathering. Touring Consortium Theatre Company announce their cast and creatives for Regeneration.
Touring Consortium becomes an Arts Award Supporter
The Touring Consortium Theatre Company are proud to announce that they have become an official Arts Award Supporter as they move into their next touring production of Pat Barker's Regeneration, adapted by Nicholas Wright.
Blog: First World War perspectives - fiction vs non-fiction
How is the public's view of World War One influenced by literature? By Stacey Permaul.
£1000 in prizes in our War Poetry for Today competition
A Regeneration Poetry Project to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
Darlington gets £1.5m for new kids theatre next door to the Civic Theatre
Huge congratulations to our consortium partner venue, Darlington Civic Theatre, and their local young people’s company, Theatre Hullabaloo, as their vision for a major new children’s theatre comes a major step closer to reality.
Watch This Is Mine
This is it... after months of filming, editing and all-round creativity from communities across the UK, we present This Is Mine, a short film uniting all your submissions to provide a snapshot of community and memories of mining communities.
Regeneration Poetry Workshop
Welcome to Spotlight On, a series of interviews with industry professionals, up-and-coming talents and people who work behind the scenes to make theatre shows a success across the UK.
Award-winning Simon Godwin announced as director for Regeneration
Evening Standard award winner Simon Godwin is announced as the director for Touring Consortium Theatre Company next production, the adaptation of Pat Barker's Booker-nominated novel Regeneration
Will Harvey's War - World Premiere at Cheltenham Everyman
A play by Paul Milton, adapted from an original novel by F.W. Harvey. Designed by Phil R. Daniels and Hayley Spicer. Directed by Paul Milton.
Interview with...Simon Godwin and Nicholas Wright
Producer Matthew Gale took some time out of auditions to ask director Simon Godwin and writer Nicholas Wright about the upcoming production of Regeneration.
Our Friends the Enemy at the Theatre Royal Nottingham
From Tuesday 14 October the Theatre Royal Nottingham will be presenting the Touring Consortium’s production of Regeneration. To complement this show and as part of its package of work commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War, the Theatre Royal is presenting OUR FRIENDS THE ENEMY.
An online collection of useful resources and articles from around the web. We'll be updating throughout the tour of Regeneration.