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We combine art and technology to tell amazing stories.
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59 Productions Jun 21
Opening 2nd July ! The world-premiere of Invisible Cities - a spellbinding mix of , , , & . Directed by concept and design by
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The Guardian Jun 13
How do you bring a derelict Manchester train station back to life?
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59 Productions Jun 7
We are looking for an outstanding to our award-winning studio. Could this be you?! Read more & apply on our website:
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Anna Meredith May 29
(Thanks Bernard!) Just indulgently retweeting for anyone ‘new’ who might be wondering what I did during 2018. Man, it was a big ole thing.... (projection mapping by )
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59 Productions May 30
Thanks for all the nice tweets about the talk at - have a look at Five Telegrams here: book your tickets for at also remember that we’re hiring (and accept speculative applications)
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Lolita Chakrabarti May 27
So it’s the first day of rehearsals for Calvino’s adapted by me with visionary singular and the phenomenal talents of Things are about to get interesting!!
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Manchester International Festival May 22
Invisible Cities will be performed by the renowned & designed by award-winning . Created for , expect a spellbinding mix of theatre, choreography, music and architectural design that reimagines live performance. 🎫
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59 Productions May 10
59 are recruiting for a and . Could either of these be you?! Read more & apply on our website
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59 Productions Apr 23
Delighted to be part of this year's programme - working on a new theatrical show which combines live performance, mixed reality and projection mapping via
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59 Productions Apr 9
We are looking for an outstanding Senior Video Designer to join our award-winning studio. Read more & apply before 21 April :
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British TheatreGuide Apr 5
NEW PODCAST EPISODE: Artistic Director John McGrath's summary of some theatre highlights, Leo Warner of on Invisible Cities and Phelim McDermott () on his collaboration with Philip Glass.
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59 Productions Mar 28
Delighted that - our collaboration with for has won the Silver award for best experience - thanks to the whole team and the extraordinary contributors from who took part.
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Will Hodgkinson Mar 18
Managed to profile a handful of the amazing things/people/endeavours at this year's SXSW in today's Times including ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Kevin Manzel Mar 16
Nice to see coverage of Nothing to Be Written by ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩, a WWI-set piece that absolutely blew me away at
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59 Productions Mar 13
Last chance to catch - our collaboration with & at today. If you’re at the festival, pop-by and say hello!
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Creative Economy Mar 11
Applying a theatrical approach to reach new audiences.. including David Bowie experience at The V&A - UK Immersive Pitch & Demo event
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PeterSkylight Mar 11
Nothing to Be Written is beautiful & well-crafted in , based on WW I postcards home from the front. Commissioned by , Composed by Anna Meredith & Produced by Rebecca Collis for Check out:
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59 Productions Mar 11
Good morning Austin! Today is the US-premiere of - our collaboration with & . If you’re at , catch us at the Virtual Cinema - Griffin Hall
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WhatsOnStage Mar 7
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For Invisible Cities, the brilliant 59 Productions team up with Leo Warner, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Lolita Chakrabarti and Rambert.
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Manchester International Festival Mar 7
will be a world-premiere, spellbinding mix of theatre, choreography, music, architectural design & digital projection. Directed by Leo Warner, with & in Manchester's iconic Mayfield.
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