Creative Projects

Writing Challenge: Can you pen a Brave New ending?

Writing Challenge: Can you pen a Brave New ending?

Do you know how Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World ends? [No spoiler alert here: you have to read the classic novel yourself to find out!] Could you imagine a different ending? Can you also envision how you would dramatise that new ending? Yes?! Then you should take part in our Brave New Ending Writing Challenge...

Young Reporters: Brave New World blogs

Young Reporters: Brave New World blogs

Our Young Reporters are blogging about their experience of Brave New World at their local theatre.  Here you can read their views, reviews and theatre experiences.

Video Challenge: What are your Brave New World predictions?

Video Challenge: What are your Brave New World predictions?

Aldous Huxley set Brave New World in London 2540. What do you think the future holds, for London and the rest of the world – in five, fifteen or fifty years, let alone 500 years? Are you optimistic or pessimistic about the future? We want to hear – and see – what you think in this new video-based digital Creative Project. Record a short video and tell us - and win a Zoom audio recorder plus a VIP trip to the show's closing night!

The Loneliness Project

The Loneliness Project

As part of the Of Mice and Men tour, we're asking you to think and write about the theme of loneliness. 

Tell A Tale in 500 Words

Tell A Tale in 500 Words

As part of the A Tale of Two Cities tour and in celebration of the works of Charles Dickens, we want you to write a 500-word tale with the theme making change happen

Shortlist — The Loneliness Project

Shortlist — The Loneliness Project

See the shortlisted submissions read by the Of Mice and Men cast.

Two Cities Twelves Blogs

Two Cities Twelves Blogs

Our community casts are blogging about their experience in A Tale of Two Cities.

Tell A Tale — The Shortlist

Tell A Tale — The Shortlist

Watch the shortlisted Tell A Tale stories.

Creative Comedy Project

Creative Comedy Project

Write funny? Submit a piece of comedy to the Creative Comedy Project

#ViewBridge: Vote for your favourite photograph

#ViewBridge: Vote for your favourite photograph

We need you to vote for your favourite photograph and decide who wins Most Popular Award in our photography competition: My View from the Bridge


Public 'voting' closes: 28 June 2015

Go-Pro up for grabs in My View from the Bridge photography contest

Go-Pro up for grabs in My View from the Bridge photography contest

TheatreCloud teams up with The Touring Consortium on MY View from the Bridge, a photography competition inspired by TCT's production of Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge. Prizes include a GoPro Action Camera. Submissions now closed. Final public favouriting to decide Most Popular winner opens shortly...

School for Scandal Blogs

School for Scandal Blogs

Theatre Royal Nottingham is marking its 150th year by staging School for Scandal, a community initiative in association with Royal Company. Read more about what's going on with our cast bloggers Kayleigh and Russ.

 

Young Reporters: A View from the Bridge photo diaries

Young Reporters: A View from the Bridge photo diaries

Say cheese! While they're conducting their interviews and other duties at each participating tour stop for A View From the Bridge, we've asked our Young Reporters to keep photo diaries of their week working behind the scenes. We love #selfies!

Young Reporters: A View From the Bridge First Night reports

Young Reporters: A View From the Bridge First Night reports

At each participating tour stop for A View From the Bridge, our Young Reporters will be attending the opening night at their local theatre. Here you can read their views and reviews of the production and their first night experiences.

War Poetry For Today - The Shortlist

War Poetry For Today - The Shortlist

(Ran: 18 Sep-Dec 2015) Every week, the Regeneration cast are reading the latest shortlisted poem. Find out if yours has made the list. 

Consortium Venues WW1 Family Days

Consortium Venues WW1 Family Days

(Ran: 5 Sep-23 Nov 2014) Take a look at what fun activity has been going on at Consortium venues during the run of Pat Barker's world premiere, Regeneration.

Young Reporters: Regeneration photo diaries

Young Reporters: Regeneration photo diaries

(Ran: 22 Aug-23 Nov 2014) Upload your favourite pics from your WW1 inspired events here! 

Young Reporters: Regeneration First Night Reports

Young Reporters: Regeneration First Night Reports

(Ran: 22 Aug-23 Nov 2014) At each participating tour stop for Regeneration, our Young Reporters will be attending the opening night at their local theatre. Here you can read their views and reviews of the production and their first night experiences.

Darlington Project

Darlington Project

(Ran: Mar 2014) What would a city be like if we gave our younger generations the chance to talk about it through their eyes?

Bradford Project

Bradford Project

(Ran: Oct 2013) In Bradford we worked with Culture Fusion and Bradford Alhambra to create a play in a week over the October half term 2013 linked to To Sir, With Love.

£1000 in prizes in our War Poetry for Today competition

£1000 in prizes in our War Poetry for Today competition

(Ran: 1 Aug-23 Nov) A Regeneration Poetry Project to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. Deadline for submissions is Sunday 23 November 2014.

School Days - A To Sir, With Love Writing Project

School Days - A To Sir, With Love Writing Project

(Ran: 2013) School Days was the first of our writing projects to run alongside our production of To Sir, With Love. Take a look at the submissions we received!

 

Wolverhampton Project

Wolverhampton Project

(Ran: 2013) In Wolverhampton we brought together a number of organisations to create a fascinating exploration of the history of one of the towns communities.

Miners Strike 1984 — Community Stories

Miners Strike 1984 — Community Stories

(Ran: Mar-Jun 2015) View the submissions for our 'This is Mine' film project.

What Price Coal: Live Debate

What Price Coal: Live Debate

(Ran: 8 Mar 2015) A question time style debate on the Theatre Royal stage that will cover many of the issues raised in BRASSED OFF.