Hello friends, Phew! We’ve been so busy we haven’t had the chance to get in touch for a while. So much has happened, where do we even begin? We’ve begin working on our third project: Intersect. This piece is easily our most ambitious and exciting one yet. We even plan to leave the shire (Bristol town) with it! Intersect is inspired by various stories, philosophy, and our relationship with technology. It’s looking utterly fantastic if we do say so ourselves. We’ve said hello to some incredible new actors for this project (hayyyy!), and we’ve even switched up our venue, leaving us feeling re-energised. We’re launching our crowdfunding campaign for this project very soon, and to reward you for your support we have a ton of great rewards. If you’re interested in getting involved in this piece, we’re holding auditions! Information is available here: http://bit.ly/2g6NyQZ Here at UTA we try to open doors for people to get involved in what we do. We’ve held so many amazing workshops, including our hearty Lecoq series with the fabulous Igne Barkauskaite and a movement and voice workshop with our composer and vocal coach Lucy Hannam. We’ve even held a series of open rehearsals with our incredible collaborators! For September we have a new weekly session, the Actor’s Playdate. The first term begins on 6th September, and you can come along to individual sessions or save yourself some money and book for the whole term. Find more info here: http://bit.ly/2uI6knX Wowzers! As if that isn’t enough, we’ve been sharing our journey on Instagram, and our Blog. Don’t forget if you’re looking to keep up to date with all of our news or events you can join our Antetheatre Workshops & Opportunities facebook group, or subscribe via email. Laters alligators! Jo & The Team

Ever seen us burst through your place of work and start clambering all over everything whilst you just tried to eat your lunch? No, of course not, you were too busy being wowed by our grace and skill. Don’t worry. We get it all the time. Well, either way, as part of a new series fetchingly labelled WOEATDN? (What on earth are they doing now?) – we thought we’d take a minute to explain some of our antics. This video is of our second street-based antic. As part of our first ever collaboration with Irrational Behaviour, we created some exceedingly functional clowns (characters from our piece Auguste and the Moon, April ’16) and took to the streets of Bristol’s St Nicholas Market! Enjoy! (Lovingly captured by Emily Merrifield.)

Ever seen us out on the street and slowly inched away? No, of course not, you were drawn into the fun weren’t you? Well, either way, as part of a new series fetchingly labelled WOEATDN? (What on earth are they doing now?) – we thought we’d take a minute to explain some of our antics. Starting with this video of our first ever street-based antics. As part of our first ever collaboration with Irrational Behaviour, we created some cheeky – no, helpful – cleaning clowns (characters from our piece Auguste and the Moon, April ’16) and took to the streets of Bristol Broadmead! Enjoy! (Lovingly captured by Emily Merrifield.)