• How To Keep Up With The Kardashians

    How To Keep Up With The Kardashians’ is a collectively devised theatre performance that was first performed in March 2020 and was essentially the birth of So La Flair. The performance is a dance party protest and fearless expression of being who you are, actively challenging the need to keep up with unrealistic templates AND suffocating expectations.

  • The Space Between

    Set in the aftermath of a fatal accident, The Space Between looks at the journey of the soul after it leaves the body, where the only question that remains for each of us is, ‘Did we love well?’

  • The Greatest Hits of Lily and John

    Tritone Theatre presents ‘The Greatest Hits of Lily and John’ at Pleasance Courtyard, 3rd - 28th August 2022! Originally programmed as part of VAULT festival 2022, we were supported for previews rehoused for 3 nights at The Other Palace in March. AND NOW - We're heading to the FRINGE FESTIVAL!

  • The Light; Urban Chronicles episode 6

    In your darkest hour an Urban Stranger appears... The Light; Urban Chronicles is a web anthology series featuring the mysterious, recurring Urban Stranger. He intercepts the needy at junctures of heightened turmoil, deliciously prodding them - for good or bad - to see the light.

  • Drumming

    Kit lives in London and dreams of becoming a professional jazz drummer but is not taken seriously because of her gender. Financially strained, she steals a drum kit from Wayne, a one-night stand to get closer to fulfilling her dream. Inspired by writer/director Anouk Witkowska Hiffler's personal experiences as a female, mixed-race drummer, Drumming explores gender discrimination in a comedic lens.

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£4,707 funded
Ongoing
Drama
Production

In her vital role at the secretive Bletchley Park, a young intelligence analyst feels the weight of the world on her shoulders as she's forced to confront the cost of war and the barriers set before her. Based on a true story.

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£1,505 funded
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Thriller
Production

In your darkest hour an Urban Stranger appears...
The Light; Urban Chronicles is a web anthology series featuring the mysterious, recurring Urban Stranger. He intercepts the needy at junctures of heightened turmoil, deliciously prodding them - for good or bad - to see the light.

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£2,624 funded
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Film
Completion

Set in the aftermath of a fatal accident, The Space Between looks at the journey of the soul after it leaves the body, where the only question that remains for each of us is, ‘Did we love well?’

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£19,670 funded
Ongoing
Horror
Production

KILL YOUR LOVER is a horror feature film, where 'Blue Valentine' meets the 'The Fly'. A psychological drama with a punk edge and skin-crawling body horror! When Dakota tries to break off her toxic relationship with Axel, it starts transforming him into a monstrous creature with increased aggression, a touch that melts skin and worst of all, he’s contagious...

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£1,766 funded
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Drama
Production

Denmark. 2am. A hotel room. Three weary travellers, an unexpected will, and a production of Hamlet to rehearse before morning. After creating the wildly successful Nearly Lear, which has toured internationally to audience and critical acclaim, award-winning actor Susanna Hamnett joins forces with her son and daughter to bring her unique vision to another of Shakespeare’s masterpieces.

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£3,367 funded
Funded
Stage
Production

Tritone Theatre presents ‘The Greatest Hits of Lily and John’ at Pleasance Courtyard, 3rd - 28th August 2022!
Originally programmed as part of VAULT festival 2022, we were supported for previews rehoused for 3 nights at The Other Palace in March.
AND NOW - We're heading to the FRINGE FESTIVAL!

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£270 funded
21 days left
Thriller
Production

From Director Akira-Kai Kitazono, "DUSK", is a feature-length POV One-Shot Film, set in Brighton, UK.

A Drug Mule’s life is at stake after he loses the Gang’s supplies in a Police Raid. Traversing the city, he must find a way to make amends or face the consequences.

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£7,064 funded
Ongoing
Stage
Distribution & exhibition

Bea’s older neighbour was her first love, her first cigarette, her first prosthetic eye. When Bea is invited to the Wellcome Collection to speak about her expertise making glass eyes, she must unpack her mentor’s effect on her work to find who and what she really loves.

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