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The Invisible Man

That Golden Age

The Human Touch

Thorrablot

Spring Reign

The Dark Night

Ira Provitt + the Man

War Stories

Bantams

An Extraordinary Light

G.O.O.S.E.

Last Christmas

Miss Julie

apps!

In a Land Much Like Ours

A Picture of Dorian Gray

Kafkaesque

Tunnel Visions

Poe : Macabre Resurrections

The Airborne Adventures 

of Elisabeth and Jeanne

The Myth of Escape

Rid The World

Einstein's Daughter

Under My Skin

Fencing for Losers

Plan B for the Workers

Human Habitation

The Opposite of Claustrophobic

Taking Stock

Now Breathe Out

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Written and Co-directed by Rob Johnston

for

Thunder Road Theatre

Produced and Co-directed by Alex Moran


Produced at Harrogate Theatre


Based on the novel by HG Wells


Alex Moran

Christopher Ward

Michael Sabbaton


with

Rob Maloney


Arts Council England funded


Written and Directed by Rob Johnston


Produced by Rebecca Fenwick and Rob Johnston


Exploits of the sea-pirate Mary Read

as recalled by her good friend Anne Bonny


Mary Hooton

Rebecca Fenwick

Joel Parry

Adam Urey


Arts Council England funded


Written and Produced by Rob Johnston


Three wry and humourous stories about carers and the cared for.


"honest and heartfelt"


"the cast deftly balance their way between drama and comedy"


British Theatre Guide

Full Review


Supported by Arts Council England


with

Amy Spencer  |  Darren Scott  | Lane Paul Stewart


Written by Emma Gibson and Rob Johnston


A work-in-development exploring our relationship with the ecological world.


Told through the eyes of four women across three centuries.


Supported by Arts Council England


Written by Rob Johnston


Directed by Ben Power


Caught in the crossfire of the Syrian revolution

two British nationals find sanctuary with a family in Aleppo.

 

Trapped in the city they witness the unfolding of a brutal conflict, their presence putting the fragile safety of their hosts in ever more danger.


Based on real-life accounts of journalists, aid workers, refugees and British based Syrians, Spring Reign features live performance, video, original music, and frontline photography.


Review at British Theatre Guide


Supported by Arts Council England

Commissioned by Oldham Coliseum Engagement + Learning


Written by Rob Johnston


Directed by Carly Henderson and Chelsea Morgan


Supported by The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

Written by Hayley Squires

for Theatre Uncut


Directed by Rob Johnston


with 

Lewis Marsh and Joel Parry

Written by Emma Gibson and Rob Johnston


Directed by Benedict Power


with

Verity Henry and Joel Parry


Supported by Arts Council England


Thanks also to Emily Spowage

Commissioned by Hyde Festival Theatre


Written by Rob Johnston


Directed by Peter Wright


with

Andy Avery | Matt Lanigan | Andrew Madden

Robert Moore | Adam Urey

Susie Milne | Kate Mitchell | Mike Howells


Supported by Arts Council England

Written and Directed by Rob Johnston


with

Katherine Godfrey


Supported by Arts Council England

Commissioned by Oldham Coliseum Learning & Engagement


Written by Rob Johnston


Directed by 

Carly Henderson and Chelsea Morgan


Supported by The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

Written and Directed by Rob Johnston


with

Susie Milne and Adam Urey


Written by August Strindberg
Adaptation by Rob Johnston

Directed by Peter Wright

with
Susie Milne | Adam Urey | Kate Mitchell

Poster design by Victoria Rostock

Supported by Arts Council England


British Theatre Guide Review


Written by Rob Johnston


Directed by Carly Henderson + Richard Fletcher


Written by Rob Johnston

Directed by Sam Buist

Breathe Out Theatre | Project Korova


Read our 5-STAR Buxton Fringe Review!

 

See our productions photos from The Kings Arms shows :

 

Land at The Kings

 

Photos by Foulger Photography

Written by Rob Johnston

from the novel by Oscar Wilde


Read a couple of reviews

london word

everything theatre

Directed by Andy McQuade


Second Skin Theatre

Written by Rob Johnston 

with Peter Farrar

Directed by Rob Johnston

Assistant Director : Alex Shepley


Inspired by the stories of author Franz Kafka


Read our reviews

remotegoat

the fiction stroker


with

Katherine Godfrey Adam Urey


Make-up | Cara Frost

Photography Foulger Photography


Commissioned by Oldham Coliseum

Directed by Paul Adams and Rob Johnston

Designed by Simon Wainwright for Imitating the Dog


View the production photos


Commissioned by Second Skin Theatre


Rob adapted 'The Premature Burial' and also wrote the linking story 'The Preacher and The Raven'.


Read the review

Commissioned by Hyde Festival Theatre


Written by Rob Johnston

Directed by Peter Wright


with

Natalie Husdan | Susie Milne | Adam Davies


Supported by Arts Council England


Written by Rob Johnston


Directed By John Garfield-Roberts


Produced by Happystorm Theatre and Breathe Out Theatre


with 

Susie Wrenshaw  |  James Jowett  | Andrew Roberts-Palmer


Supported by Arts Council England


'Rid The World' is adapted for the stage by Rob Johnston

from the screenplay 'Such Impossibilities' by Trevor Griffiths


Watch the trailer


Read the review  


Supported by Arts Council England

Originally developed for

Breathe Out Theatre | Hyde Festival Theatre | Freerange Theatre


Winner of The 2011 Kings Cross Award for New Writing

at The Courtyard Theatre London


Nominated for Best New Play, Buxton Fringe 2012

Nominated for Best Actress (Amy Spencer) Buxton Fringe 2012


Watch the trailer

Read the review

 

Read the reviews

British Theatre Guide

The Public Reviews

What's On Stage

 

Short-listed for the Channel Four/Oran Mor 

Comedy-Drama Awards 2012


Read the 5* review at Remote Goat

Commissioned by Ignition Stage


Written by Rob Johnston


with

Sylvie Narey-Davey and Phil Briggs


Read the review at the British Theatre Guide

Written and Directed by Rob Johnston


with

Shaun Penton | Danny Stewart | Vince Bowers

Mark Gera | Chris Williams

(Buxton)


Simon Cove | David Degiorgio | Martin Vernon

Roy Vernon | Chris Williams

(Hyde)

Written by Rob Johnston


' ... smart jokes and an uncompromisingly happy ending ...'

Manchester Evening News

Written by Rob Johnston


'I could have happily spent another hour in the company 

of these two loveable misfits.'

Steve Timms - What's On Stage   

Written by Rob Johnston


Directed by Peter Wright

for Hyde Festival Theatre


'Women are from Salford. Who cares where men are from?'


' ... sensitive, insightful, touching and funny ...'

Altrincham Messenger

Written by Rob Johnston


‘biting and surreal comedy’
Altrincham Messenger


Winner of Best New Play 2009 at Studio Salford