Friday, 11 March 2016

Upcoming events at Theatre in the Mill

Coming up: interactive theatre from Coney + TitM Associate Director Javaad Alipoor  & more

REMOTE [Bradford]


at Theatre in the Mill, Bradford.  Thursday 17th - Friday 18th March
Coney makes theatre in which you can play and take a meaningful part. REMOTE is a piece of sit-down interactive theatre, interrogating the politics of choice, the Uberisation of everything, and living in an immaterial world.
Tickets: £9 full /£7 concession/Limited student offer: £4
Call 01274 233200 or email

Buy online to get cheaper tickets 

'Coney is one of a handful of companies worldwide to explore interactive theatre’s potential to communicate the intricacies of systems to the widest audience. It wants to equip educators, charities and scientists with the tools to understand and explain complex, interlocking structures like businesses, governments, ecosystems – even climate.' New Scientist - read more 

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Theatre in the Mill is pleased to announce that Javaad Alipoor has agreed to join the team as Associate Director. 

Iain Bloomfield, Artistic Director of Theatre in the Mill, comments ‘Working with Javaad as Associate Director offers Theatre in the Mill a terrific opportunity to develop our thinking around engagement with both BAMER artists and audiences –in terms of both our cultural and political offer.  We hope that this role will be mutually beneficial, helping Javaad to develop his produced work and giving him the opportunity to engage with programming a venue.  In addition the Associate Director Role will give him experience of supporting a range of visiting artists and will further develop his understanding of strategic development.’

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