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“Find Me” development week

“Find Me” rehearsals are now in full swing! We’ve been busy creating the world of the show with the characters meeting in a ‘Zone Out’ space which allows users to disconnect from their devices and learn how to reconnect with others. Here’s a snapshot into our rehearsal room – complete with yoga, choreographed dance routines […]

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“Find Me” in Rehearsals

Rehearsals have begun for Find Me ahead of our premiere at Vault Festival in March. We’re incredibly grateful to the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch who have supported us during our rehearsals and the Outer Limits programme which supports theatre makers in Outer East London and Essex. We’ll continue to update you with further sneak previews as […]

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“Find Me” finds its director

No Fixed Address are hugely excited to welcome Michelle Payne to this project as Director. Michelle hails from Essex, and is a recipient of the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester. Her extensive directing credits include shows at The Bunker, Theatre N16, The Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and Edinburgh Fringe.

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Metal Support

We’re so grateful to Metal Southend for their continued support of our work and were lucky enough to return to this wonderful creative space in August to finish the first draft of our new project; Find Me. Metal’s Time and Space residency has been invaluable to us in developing this piece and, of course, it’s […]

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Metal Southend Residency

We are incredibly excited to have been supported by Metal Culture in Southend On Sea. This beautiful hall in Chalkwell Park will be our home for the week as part of the Time and Space Residency. We will be developing our new play with the freedom to explore the themes and form of the piece. […]

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Collaboration with Maple Road Productions

No Fixed Address and Maple Road Productions joined forces to create a short film for the London 48 Hour Film Project. Our silent film, Contra-Banned was first screened at the Cinema Museum in 2018.