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Triptych

Triptych

Triptych “How do you begin to reflect on a health crisis that has impacted billions of people globally in a myriad of different ways? In what way and in what form can you begin to tell these stories? Are we too close to it, too in the midst of it, to even attempt such a […]
Bayanihan With Love

Bayanihan With Love

Bayanihan with Love is a project made in response to the adverse effects of the pandemic on the Filipino community in the UK. Between March 2016 and March 2019, 4,000 Filipinos came to work in the NHS, where they comprise the second largest migrant group. Filipinos comprise 2% of NHS England’s workforce, yet 25% of its […]
Miss Julie

Miss Julie

New Earth Theatre and Storyhouse present the Storyhouse production of  Miss Julie by August Strindberg Adapted by Amy Ng Directed by Dadiow Lin It’s Chinese New Year in 1940s Hong Kong and celebrations are in full swing. Crossing a threshold, Julie initiates a sexually-charged power game with Jean, which descends into a fight for survival as […]
Signal Fires: Beyond Chinatown – A British East and South East Asian Guide to Manchester’s Past, Present and Future

Signal Fires: Beyond Chinatown – A British East and South East Asian Guide to Manchester’s Past, Present and Future

New Earth Theatre is bringing together their New Earth Theatre Manchester Performers and Writers Academies and North West based creatives to present A fire burns to signal that we’re here. To show our numbers and celebrate our stories. To pass the torch from the past to the present, looking towards the future. British East and […]
The Apology

The Apology

In Autumn 2020, New Earth Theatre had planned to return to the Arcola with The Apology as part of the their 20th Anniversary Season. Due to Covid 19 we’ve had to postpone our plans and hope to bring the play to audiences in 2021. Arcola Theatre and New Earth Theatre present in association with The […]
Tsunagu/Connect

Tsunagu/Connect

Kumiko Mendl and Kazuko Hohki present in association with New Earth Theatre No one knows how many Japanese women are living in the UKNo-one knows why they came No one knows how long they have been hereNo-one knows their stories So we asked them We interviewed dozens of women who were born in Japan but […]
Under the Umbrella

Under the Umbrella

Yellow Earth in association with Tamasha presents the Belgrade Theatre production of Wei is a smart girl. Men prefer to marry women who aren’t smarter than themselves. Class B men choose class C women. Class A choose class B. Wei is a Class A woman. What’s she going to get? A PhD. By Amy Ng, […]
Flight Paths

Flight Paths

  “Welcome on board this flight to London. Please fasten your seat belts.” An Extant and Yellow Earth Theatre co-production Two blind women take centre stage sometimes on aerial silks, sometimes with their feet firmly on the ground but always surrounded by voices, music, stories and ghosts. Inspired by the Goze, blind female performers who […]
<em>Forgotten</em>

<em>Forgotten</em>

 Forgotten 遗忘  By Daniel York Loh │Directed by Kim Pearce   A Moongate and Yellow Earth co-production   The forgotten story of the World War One Chinese Labour Corps   1917. Shandong Province, Northern China. Times are tough in Horse Shoe Village. Old Six and Second Moon struggle to earn enough to feed their young child. Big […]
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