As you’re probably aware, the touring circuit for theatre shows across the UK continues to endure an period of uncertainty due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Since March 2020, Dyad Productions has struggled to stay afloat. Several tours of our shows and the premiere of a new work at Edinburgh Fringe were lost during the ‘first wave’ and we sustained further touring and premiere losses during the ‘second wave’. That’s two brand-new shows that were developed and created that never made it to an audience. And although the lights are back on in the West End, theatres outside London continue to remain closed or unviable due to lockdown restrictions. The knock-on effect continues to be devastating for Dyad Productions, who have been self-funded for over a decade. With the prospect of several more months ahead without income, our future remains uncertain, despite our ongoing efforts to develop and promote online work.
Therefore, if you would like to support us, please donate either through our GoFundMe page or via the Donate button on our website, which will help us in our efforts to ensure that we can continue to produce the kind of quality work you have enjoyed since 2009.
Thank you for your incredible support in these difficult times. We hope to see you again, on tour, very soon!
Stay safe and stay well.
Rebecca and Elton
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Jane Austen created some of literature's most celebrated characters, defining her era, sex and class. Two hundred years on, her works continue to speak for the yearning heart as much as they did when they were written - so just how much has really changed for women since then?
In a solo performance of extraordinary virtuosity - using only Austen's words - Rebecca Vaughan boldy revisits the most rewarding moments from the 'two inches of ivory'. In scenes of high comedy and profound pathos, she deconstructs the souls of Emma Woodhouse, Lizzy Bennet, Mrs Norris, Miss Bates and nine other beautifully observed women.
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Recorded at the Swallow Theatre (Scotland’s smallest theatre), it was not filmed with the intention of being shared or broadcast (rather saved as an archive performance). However, following audience demand to see more of our work online, we're delighted to have been given permission by the theatre to be able share this video with you. The ticket price will be shared between us and the theatre, helping towards the theatre's roof fund, as well as really helping Dyad through these difficult times.
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