Looking back on Reunion & Dark Pony…

A few weeks ago we had a fantastic time being part of National Libraries Week presenting our Reunion & Dark Pony production. Libraries are such amazing spaces and to be part of a national week of events showcasing a wide range of fun activities and events that libraries can be used for was just brilliant.

We had lovely feedback both from reviewers and audiences about our site-specific performances of these fantastic plays. As one reviewer commented: ‘The company couldn’t have chosen a more suitable author for this purpose than the one who once said “My alma mater is the Chicago Public Library. I got what little educational foundation I got in the third-floor reading room, under the tutelage of a Coca-Cola sign”.’ (Everything Theatre)

One of the aims of the project was to bring new people into these fantastic library spaces – perhaps theatregoers who may not also be accessing library services – and we had some lovely feedback from people including someone who isn’t a library member commenting: “I didn’t know about this place and now I love it!”

We also wanted to bring theatre closer to people who might otherwise struggle to access theatre perhaps because of distance, cost or disability and so were thrilled by feedback such as this: Read more