Playing the King
25-26 August 2017
The Manor, Weston-on-the-Green
Thomas Cromwell, Sister Elizabeth Barton, Mary I, Anne Boleyn and Henry Fitzroy. Five individuals vying for the attention of one man.
Written and directed by Olivia Mace, the show was created specifically for a new venue for Creation, The Manor, Weston on the Green. In small groups, the audience explored the breathtaking setting of the 15th Century Manor House whilst encountering members of the court whose livelihoods, and lives, depend on currying favour with the volatile Henry VIII.
Director & Writer: Olivia Mace
Costume Design: Ginny Graham
Much Ado About Muffins
The Mill Arts Centre
30 September 2017
A one-off show produced alongside The Mill Arts Centre, this completely and utterly bonkers show saw our audience starting in three different groups. They followed the story of Beatrice and Ben, two bakers who have fallen out of love, as their employees and friends attempted to get the pair back together whilst putting on a show. Part treasure hunt, part performance this show will take place all over Banbury.
Jess Lloyd Jones
Director & Writer: Tristan Pate
Creation Theatre Presents
In Summer 2017, we hosted two companies at Blackwell’s Bookshop.
The Faire Thorn
6-7 June 2017
Big Telly’s production of Jane Talbot’s book went down a storm over their two night run in The Norrington Room.
The Full Bronte
17-19 and 24-26 August 2017
Scary Little Girls took over Blackwell’s for six nights, with their cabaret cabaret homage to the Brontë family.
Alice at Bicester Village
From March to August 2017, our Alice cast popped up in Bicester Villages once a week, performing a mix of scenes from the show (with their costumes blending perfectly in with the high fashion seen in the shops).