Vanishing Point Theatre Company

Tomorrow

Tomorrow recently received its world premiere at Brighton Festival, further performances will take place this year at Cena Contemporânea (Brasilia) in August and at Tramway (Glasgow) in October. "There's a brutal beauty in Vanishing Point's admirable analysis of those who need care and those who provide it" **** The Guardian More...

The Beautiful Cosmos of Ivor Cutler

We have recently completed The Beautiful Cosmos of Ivor Cutler, a musical and visual journey based on the songs, stories and poems of one of Scotland’s most iconic exiles. **** 'A big grin of a show' The Guardian. More...

Interiors

We are pleased to announce new international dates for Interiors. The show will be presented at the 3rd International Theatre Festival of World Classics - New Classics of Europe in Lodz (Poland) on 24th & 25th October 2014. More...

Brasilia and Moscow Masterclasses

In August, Matthew Lenton led a masterclass in Brasila as part of the Cena Contemporanea Festival. Following that, Matthew spent a week working actors from Russia and the Peking Opera for the Stanislavsky Foundation in Moscow. These masterclasses explored ideas for a new co-production, which we will be able to announce in February 2014.More...

Wonderland

Wonderland was performed at Edinburgh International Festival, Tramway (Glasgow), Napoli Teatro Festival (Italy) and Eden Court (Inverness). We hope to announce further dates soon. More...
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Welcome to Vanishing Point

Vanishing Point creates new theatre for modern audiences. Our work begins with a curiosity – an idea or a story we are interested in diving into.

We like the ordinary to become extraordinary and the extraordinary to become ordinary, creating a reality like our own but different - dreamlike, dark, mysterious and beautiful.  In these dream worlds, there are echoes of our own existence, our own conflicts and battles, but there are no answers.

Our work focuses on visual, action-based theatre, combining performance with multimedia. We are interested in how action, rather than words, tells stories. The work is visual, filmic, evocative and impressionistic.

We work through collective collaboration, with performers, designers, musicians, film-makers and artists. Each element of the work fuels and inspires the others.