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TYPHOON 2019

TYPHOON 2019

We are pleased to announce the plays selected for TYPHOON2019 are: Buried Kingdom by Kim Ho, directed by Emily Ling Williams Friday, 27 September – Tristan Bates Theatre There will be a talk back after the reading with playwright Kim Ho and Jean-Baptiste Phou, Head of Creative Programs, Cambodian Living Arts. Chapters of a Floating […]
TYPHOON 2019

TYPHOON 2019

Yellow Earth’s popular biennial playreading festival, TYPHOON, will be returning this autumn, showcasing a new selection of bold new writing by playwrights of East Asian* decent from around the globe. Dates: Tristan Bates Theatre27 September, 4 and 11 October Soho Theatre18 and 25 October Full schedule will be announced in early September. Each afternoon will […]
Flight Paths

Flight Paths

Images from the Flight Paths production “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 […]
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 […]
Winds of Change/Ashita No Kaze Vol 2

Winds of Change/Ashita No Kaze Vol 2

Yellow Earth Theatre, StoneCrabs and One Two Works Winds of Change/Ashita No Kaze Vol 2 Japanese Contemporary Plays and Playwrights Festival This September an exciting month long festival brings to the UK a new series of contemporary Japanese plays by some of Japan’s most celebrated playwrights. The Festival will include script in hand readings in […]
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