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Starring Tamsin Dowsett

Directed by Simon Ryninks
Designed by Emma Tompkins
Created by Simon Ryninks & Emma Tompkins
Written by Berri George
Produced by Ross Crosby

© The Milo Wladek Co. 

 

Enter a world of pixelated people, puppetry and playfulness by throwing on a pair of 'not-so-high-tech' goggles. Virtually Blackfriars is a bonkers mix of sci-fi adventure and quirky invention.

Commissioned by Southwark Presents as part of Blackfriars Stories. Supported by Arts Council England.


Starring Suzette Llewellyn, Sophie Steer
and Helen Katamba

Directed by Simon Ryninks
Written by Joseph Wilde
Created/Produced by Simon Ryninks & Emma Tompkins
Designed by Emma Tompkins
© The Milo Wladek Co. 

 

A multi-platform family event that combined an interactive treasure hunt with short film and outdoor performance about, and made with, the people of Dulwich.

Commissioned by Southwark Presents as part of the Dulwich Festival.
Supported by Arts Council England.


Starring Benedict Eedle, Hanna Harlyn, Paul Fuller and Jennifer Shakesby.


Created and Directed by Simon Ryninks
Written by Joseph Wilde
Designed by Emma Tompkins
Produced by Daisy Cooper
© The Milo Wladek Co.

 

A real-life video-game adventure for families that combined narrative scenes with interactive puzzle-solving on a journey into works of art.

Commissioned by Marine Studios as part of GEEK 2015.
Made in partnership with Turner Contemporary, The National Portrait Gallery and Canterbury Christ Church University.
Supported by Arts Council England.


Starring Michael Adams, Bill Bingham, Nicholas Bishop, 
Ben Eedle, Richard Emerson, Ruth Gibson, 
Tamar Karabetyan, Richard Lakos, Sophie Steer, 
Arun Welandawe-Prematilleke, Ben Whybrow, Joseph Wilde
Alma Fournier Caballo, Hanna Harlyn, Jennifer Shakesby
and The Bordurian Working Women’s Chorus.

Directed and adapted by Simon Ryninks
Co-direction/adaptation by Felix Mortimer
Written by William Shakespeare
Produced by Daisy Cooper and Joshua Narwas

© Hackney Council / RETZ

 

O Brave New World told Shakespeare's The Tempest as six plays, across six installations, over six months, and was confined entirely within a single shop in Hoxton

Commissioned by Hackney Council as part of Create Festival.
Supported by Arts Council England. 
O Brave New World provided a setting for HBO Series, Doll and Em.

PRESS

"The sense not just of being in Prospero's private space but of going right into his head is acute." 
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

"Brilliantly correlates the uncanny dreamlike mysticism at the heart of Shakespeare’s play with a modern alienation."
i-D Magazine

"Hopefully a sign of things to come in modern theatre."
One Stop Arts


Pictures: Alex Bremmer, Camilla Greenwell, Hanna-Katrina Jedrosz, Richard Lakos, Tommo Photo.

© Simon Ryninks MMXVIII