Kilter Theatre is Caroline Garland & Olly Langdon, and a handful of talented friends & collaborators.
We like to think we are a different breed of theatre-makers. We often put ‘theatre’ in inverted commas when talking about our work, because what is theatre anyway?
We make up new plays & stage them outside with actors & musicians but we also tour workshops and installations to festivals and green spaces. We run choirs and walking groups; story nights and self-guided smart-phone digital tours. That’s what we call theatre.
Our work encourages people to talk about ethics and society as well as environmentalism. We spend a lot of energy ensuring we reflect our priorities in the artworks we produce.
Since 2006, we’ve collaborated with a wide range of organisations and communities to find and tell the stories that really matter. With everyone from allotment plot holders to quantum physicists, we place a high priority on listening carefully & working together.
Our work can take us anywhere: woodlands, cycle paths, old railway stations, empty shops. We defy convention and expectation, and play with curiosity and experimentation.