Doublethink Theatre

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Doublethink Theatre is a London based theatre company, producing a diverse mixture of work, from classical to new writing, in intimate spaces.

It was founded in 2006 by Patrick Myles, and its patron is the English actor Brian Blessed.

The company’s premiere production was Thomas Middleton’s The Revenger’s Tragedy, in a new adaptation by Meredith Oakes, which played at the Southwark Playhouse. Subsequent productions include Aleksandr Ostrovsky’s A Family Affair, in a translation by Nick Dear, at the Arcola Theatre, Christopher Fry’s The Lady's Not for Burning at the Finborough Theatre, and in a co-production with TFP, Orwell: A Celebration in an adaptation by Dominic Cavendish at the Trafalgar Studios.

The company was the recipient of The Society of London Theatre New Producer Bursary.


2009 Orwell: A Celebration adapted by Dominic Cavendish
2007 The Lady's Not for Burning by Christopher Fry
2006 A Family Affair by Aleksandr Ostrovsky, translated by Nick Dear
2006 The Revenger’s Tragedy by Thomas Middleton, adapted by Meredith Oakes

External Reference[edit]

Doublethink Theatre website