About Six Lips Theatre
Six Lips Theatre is an independent physical theatre company inspired by and taking influence from areas of visual arts. Our aim is to create theatre which is evocative, resonant, playful and lasting, everything is enveloped in the “lovingly made”, handcrafted and original. Six Lips Theatre produce original written and devised works as well as re-imagining existing texts through distinctive, interpretive exploration.
Whether working in a devising process or on existing text, the company’s works are consistently thoughtful and concept-driven, with a strong focus on methods of storytelling and accessibility. Both process and performance have empathy and honesty at the heart; initiating discussion between performers in process, and between storyteller and audience in performance.
The work generation methodologies follow a pattern of play; respond, reflect, respond. Ensemble-driven, process and product are collaborative and organic. Six Lips Theatre work in collaboration with a variety of artists and organisations currently focusing on emotional well-being and female experiences.
Who we are
Miss Trout A passion for stories has always been an indispensable part of Anna Rogers life: especially the creation of children’s’ stories. Last year she made this lifelong fascination an even bigger part of her life when she launched “Miss Trout” – a name as unique as Anna is a person: Bursting with creativity and[…]
Paper Planes and Daisy Chains presents a new series of fairy tales. Every traditional fairy tale is accompanied by a new original piece of writing, encapsulating the magic and morals of old, with spectacle of the new. The art of telling a story, can be enjoyed and engaged with through our interactive and immersive arrangement.[…]
Through this exciting new project working with a professional local theatre company Six Lips Theatre, young people (16-25) will have the opportunity to access 12 weeks of theatre and performance workshops, exploring the theme of loneliness and isolation. Group sessions will start on Thursday 4th February and will take place on Thursday afternoons[…]
Six Lips Theatre offer FREE creative workshops to the community! Are you a burgeoning writer, poet or playright? Or someone who just fancies trying something new. All abilities are welcome, and no experience is necessary. We are offering 6 weeks of FREE Creative Writing workshops running at East Riding at Arlington Village Hall. From 2.30-4.30 on 19th, 26th[…]
You know us, always aiming for the stars and this year is no different so we thought we would give you the low down… Obviously we are aiming to become the next Prime Minister of the UK (you know we would do a better job than this art loving party we have now!), marry Harry and Wills then[…]
Six Lips Theatre offer FREE creative workshops to the community! Are you a burgeoning writer, poet or playright? Or someone who just fancies trying something new. All abilities are welcome, and no experience is necessary. We are offering 6 weeks of FREE Creative Writing workshops running every Friday 14.30 – 16.30 from January 8th – February[…]
Following our tour 2014, we have been progressing well with the research and development phase of this project and are currently delivering creative writing workshops to assist with the final writing of the show, which will go on a small studio tour in the summer. We have been delivering free creative writing workshops supported by JRF at[…]
“Even the best and wisest amongst us do things we later regret…” 12-25th August 5pm daily at Venue 18, Grassmarket, Sweet Venues, Edinburgh Fringe 2013 Under a bleak skyline, in the bowels of the Industrial Revolution, change is brewing. A company assembles to pass judgement on the greatest of a generation. A particular kind of[…]
Performed as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival 2013 Friday 17 May – Tuesday 21 May 2013 & Friday 24 May – Tuesday 28 May 2013 “The clock strikes thirteen as the floorboards pulsate, there is a scream from the crypt and something unusual is being dragged from inside the chimney breast.” Autumn falls on[…]