Analogue (theatre company)
Analogue is a British multi-disciplinary performance company based in the South-East of England. The company consists of Artistic Directors Liam Jarvis and Hannah Barker, and Producer Ric Watts. The work of the company is led by the directors and created collectively with Associate Artists who are invited to collaborate on new projects. Described as "...visionary"  and "...a young company certain to make its mark on British theatre", Analogue are an Associate company at Farnham Maltings.
According to Analogue's website, the company which formed in 2005 "produces explosive theatre and visual performance, touring the UK and Internationally. Our award winning work is cinematic in scope, and as a generation in tune with the language of recorded media we explore what the conventions of film can offer the experience of raw, visceral live performance. We bring collaborators together, combining computer games designers with devisers, puppeteers with playwrights, sharing their expertise to create a fusion of disciplines. The artists that make up the company have worked and trained with the likes of Theatre-Rites, The Young Vic, Sony, Suspect Culture, Gecko, Punchdrunk and Told by an Idiot".
- Mile End - performed at the Edinburgh Festival 2007, winning a Fringe First Award & The Arches Brick Award (Short-listed for a Total Theatre Award, Carol Tambor Award, Edinburgh International Festival Award, The Stage Award ('Best Ensemble') and nominated for a FringeReview Award. The show has toured nationally and is scheduled to tour internationally in Autumn 2008.
- Beachy Head - is the second part of Analogue's trilogy of new work and is currently in development. To be performed in 2009
Other than revenue from ticket sales, Analogue has received funding on a project-by-project basis from different sources:
- Nadine McBay, Metro, August 2007
- Lyn Gardner, The Guardian, 13 August 2007, https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2007/aug/13/edinburghfestival2007.edinburghfestival5
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