Here you can see examples of our work from previous productions, ranging from festivals to double bills and full length plays to outreach projects.
Save Me A Seat comes to HOME!
Save Me A Seat is back and we have a new HOME!
A Scratch Night of New Writing at the Octagon Theatre
A night of short plays and extracts created by up and coming theatre-makers and hosted by Switch_MCR Theatre Company
September 21st 2023
A two-day festival celebrating artists from the Global Majority.
Save Me A Seat is back and bigger than ever!
A comedy-drama exploring grief, family and relationships.
Nick has just lost his Dad whilst Laura's just lost. Have A Break, Have A KitKat is a comedy-drama following a year in the life of two cousins manoeuvring grief for the first time.
2 night accessible live comedy. Showcasing new and emerging talent
A 2 night event from Switch_MCR, platforming comics from Greater Manchester and beyond.
In Co-Production with the Royal Exchange Theatre
Join the Royal Exchange Elders and Young Company on a personal and intimate journey examining what it is to be a leader.
A festive festival of workshops and joy.
A seven-day festival around Manchester, bringing people together to share skills, joy and stories.
A Horror Story
OFFIE Award Winning Horror Play.
When Ben and Claire move into a new home the past comes back to haunt them...
A two-day festival
A weekend-long festival celebrating women and non-binary artists from the Global Majority, featuring fashion shows, dance workshops, West-African vegan food, live podcasting, poetry and live music.
Community, rebellion and the lives of a group of young activists.
A group of young activists return to their bar after a protest against the government. Their lives are about to change forever.
An exploration of the self within bureaucracy
55, 58, and 80 are all uselessly existing in a corporate space and 08 unwittingly enters their world.
You’re invincible in your twenties. Full of life. Full of vigour.
You never wanted to grow up. So why did you? The House explores people forgoing the idea of getting old. Meet the people who said “fuck responsibility”.
A blend of poetry & performance with young voices telling a range of powerful war stories.
A play written and performed by us, giving you an insight into ways war has impacted lives over the last century.