the occasion - exciting and entertaining; challenging and deliciously different. Dynamic touring and innovative community projects.
...previously known as The Occasional Cabaret.
A community production based on the novel by H.G.Wells
If you’ve ever wanted to be involved in theatre, then this is your chance.
Following a successful series of development workshops over the first half of 2016 we are now planning the next stage of this large-scale, Winchester-wide, multi-media performance project planned for Spring 2017.
Over 50 people of all ages and abilities were involved in the initial workshops held at Theatre Royal Winchester, YMCA Winchester, the Tower at Kings’ and the University of Winchester.
A new touring production in development
In April 2016 we began development of a new small scale touring show based on the life and work of Mary Shelley, particularly with regard to Frankenstein. Working in collaboration with playwright Stewart Ennis, musician Richard Williams and designer Ali Maclaurin, with Pete directing and Catherine performing The Occasion will present work in progress showings at The Roxy, Edinburgh and the Tron, Glasgow in July.
For more information on The Monster and Mary Shelley please click here.
Photograph by Neil Buchan-Grant.
A fast paced farce for the fleet of foot!
Based on the novel by Jules Verne; Produced in association with Blue Apple Theatre, Winchester.
Mr. Phileas Fogg was, in 1872, one of the most striking members of the Reform Club. Though he always seemed to avoid attracting attention. That is until, he uttered the fateful words…
‘Gentlemen, it is now possible to travel around the World in 80 days’.
A new adaptation of Jules Verne’s epic tale brought to you in an exciting collaboration between Blue Apple and The Occasion.
Theatre Royal Winchester 16-18 June 2016 7.30pm
To buy tickets please click here.
Blue Apple offers a year-round, professionally facilitated programme of drama and dance, a touring company, specialist sessions tailored to specific needs and integrated classes where people with and without learning difficulties work closely together.
Photographs by marc marnie; Time Machine photography by Neil Buchan-Grant; Mary Shelley original photograph by Claire Grogan; original 80 Days photograph by James Yeats Brown
The Occasion: Exciting and entertaining; challenging and deliciously different. Dynamic touring and innovative community projects.