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by Amy Beach

Wilton's Music Hall

Incorporating folk and Creole influences, Cabildo is the only opera from pioneering composer Amy Beach, written in 1932 and not performed until after her death. Beach's repertoire and article 'To the Girl Who Wants to Compose' have inspired women in music for over a century.

In this production, Cabildo is thrillingly re-conceived for the present to uncover the dark underside of the American Dream. It asks, can we ever memorialise the past without bringing back the things we would rather not remember? 

September 7th-11th, 7.45pm, GMT.

Live recording available On Demand September 13th-27th



produced by Global Origins

The Gate Theatre 

Emma and Aneesha Srinivasan (co-ADs of Global Origins) will host REROUTED: a digital discussion group for international plays and performances in partnership with the Gate Theatre. REROUTED will be a free, open-access series of webinars. Each session will feature a different playtext, film or performance to be chosen, introduced and discussed by brilliant guest practitioners.

Through the discussions we will aim to expand our lens on global art and create a more diverse, decolonised and inclusive industry by considering non-British modes of performance. 

First session April 21th, 6-8pm GMT.



by Rose Biggin and Keir Cooper

Camden People's Theatre

Emma will join the makers in an online discussion about queering Shakespeare, adaptation, and subverting the classics.

Ticket includes the theatrical novel delivered by post as well as access to the event. 

Thursday 25th Feb, 2021, 8:30pm GMT. 




by Georgia Green

Bitter Pill Theatre, Painkiller Podcast 

A short audio play starring Jessica Clark.

January 2021


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by Gian Carlo Menotti

Jessie Anand Productions

with Guildhall School of Music and Drama 

A short opera, streamed and sung live.

Nominated for an OnComm

Offies Commendation for Online Show

September 2020


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by Matthew Olyver and Sarah Sigal

Tête à Tête 2020

A filmed work-in-progress eco-noir feminist opera.

September 2020



by Amy Beach

Grimeborn, Arcola Theatre 2019

A radical deconstruction of Amy Beach's chamber opera.

August-September 2019

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by Nina Georgieff with Beth Collins

Tristan Bates Theatre

A movement-led play about grief, sisterhood, and bears. 

July 2019



by Katie Granger

VAULT Festival 2019. 

One of Lyn Gardner's picks of the week.

'One of the highlights of this year's Vaults festival.'

July 2019

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