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What We Do

Infinite Space Theatre produces and co-produces plays and workshops in a range of small- and medium-scale venues. Our innovative stagings embrace new writing as well as fresh productions of classic plays. We also devise and develop our own material.

Our mission is to encourage audiences to look at the world afresh – to think again. We and those who work with us are united by a passionate belief in the transformative power of live theatre.

We want our audiences to leave the theatre altered by what they have witnessed – altered in the feelings, beliefs and assumptions they hold about humanity, about contemporary society and about our place in this world.

Below is an overview of some of our recent work. Click on the project title to find out more.

Our Work

Mirrors by Siobhan McMillan
Leicester Square Theatre
28 March – 14 April 2018

★★★★★
“A dazzling array of characters… McMillan is wondrously expressive… there is magic in the air… a fabulous performance.”
Remotegoat

★★★★
“This intricate and ambitious undertaking smashes expectations, and expertly picks 21st century society apart… clever, witty and laugh-out-loud funny.”
TheatreBubble

Scapegoat by Ian Grant
Workshop Production
St. Stephen’s, Islington
8 – 10 December 2016

“Absolutely brilliant… really gripping… the staging in the church was inspired.”

“Powerfully acted… Orwellian plotting reflected in the contemporary settings.”

Scapegoat by Ian Grant
Rehearsed Reading
Soho Theatre
22 March 2016

“Full of corruption, ambition and crushed idealism.”

Stella Europa by Ian Grant
Hen and Chickens Theatre
21 – 25 April 2015

“A new play for our times.”

Stones In His Pockets by Marie Jones
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
1 – 11 October 2014

 

“The level of energy, power and timing… from both actors is astoundingly high.”

The Upcoming

Macbeth
The Cockpit
10 – 26 October 2013

★★★★
“An amazing and imaginative production that fully utilises the whole of the two-tiered stage of The Cockpit Theatre. “

WhatsOnStage

Hamlet
Bridewell Theatre
4 – 8 September 2012

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Little Wood Open Air Theatre
Hampstead
5 – 14 July 2012

“A well-crafted, thoughtful and engaging production”