A huge thank you to all of you have have donated to our GoFundMe page to help Dyad through this incredibly difficult time. We are humbled by your kindness and generosity, and it will absolutely be because of your support that we hope to get through this. We cannot wait to see you all again on the other side.
In the meantime, stay safe and stay well.
Rebecca and Elton
We're proud and excited to be able to finally announce our brand-new production for August's Edinburgh Festival Fringe...
Performed by Rebecca Vaughan.
Written and Directed by Elton Townend Jones
It premieres from 2 – 27 August at Roxy Upstairs (11:30-13:00) as part of Assembly Festival
This brand-new, contemporary production (based on the satirical 1928 novel by Virginia Woolf) sees the return of Dyad collaborators Martin Tucker (Lighting Design), Danny Bright (Sound Design), Kate Flanaghan (Costume design) and Ben Guest (Photography).
Drawing on a decade’s worth of successful theatre-making, this introspective, but euphoric, feminist voyage is the culmination of everything Dyad has so far created, toured and presented across the world.
More images and information to follow – watch this space!
We're now in rehearsals for The Time Machine - which previews at the Maltings Arts Theatre, St Albans on July 27th and 28th, and premieres at Assembly as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August.
We've just returned from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where we premiered Jane Eyre: An Autobiography to great critical acclaim - garnering a number of 5 star reviews, and the show was officially the top rated theatre drama of the festival!
Alan Hayes - Print Designer
Elton and Rebecca are incredibly excited to announce a new addition to the Dyad Productions family: the brilliant and talented ALAN HAYES who joins the team as print designer, handling posters, programmes, and flyers. We've already been working with him for a few weeks now and it has been an utter pleasure. Welcome aboard, Alan!
The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe Play-Script
We are proud to announce that The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe has now been published by the legendary Samuel French publishing house. The script-book of our hugely successful touring production also features background notes and supplementary material by Dyad's Elton Townend Jones and can be ordered from the following links: In the UK - Internationally. Licenses to produce the play outside the UK are also available from Samuel French.