Category Archives: Dep Arts News

Incubate14 Call Out

Written on January 31, 2014 at 10:01 am, by

Incubate verb 1.To maintain (eggs, organisms, or living tissue) at optimal environmental conditions for growth and development.      Incubate14 is Dep Arts’ subsidised producer support programme for emerging companies and artists. Incubate has been running for the last four years and has supported artists such as: Rash Dash Theatre Joss Arnott Dance Fine Chisel

 

Nunkie Productions and Square Peg Theatre awarded Arts Council England funding

Written on January 10, 2014 at 11:53 am, by

Nunkie Productions have been awarded Grants for the Arts funding to remount The Time Machine and embark on a national tour in May 2014.   Nunkie specialise in literary storytelling: theatrical performances based upon texts from the golden age of the English short story. Writer and performer Robert Lloyd Parry is well known for his

 

Square Peg join the Dep family as part of the Incubate programme

Written on August 1, 2013 at 3:40 pm, by

There’s a new hatch in the Dep Arts incubator!   Square Peg will be bringing their highly visual and narrative driven theatre to Dep Towers, as part of our Incubate programme for emerging artists, from 1st September.   So far the company have already staged a Buxton Fringe award winning show, and have co-produced ‘The

 

Dep Arts do the Edinburgh Fringe

Written on July 31, 2013 at 9:08 am, by

The price of a train has soared, the pubs are overcrowded with teckies, its now impossible to find somewhere to rest your head for less than £80 and your back pockets are filled with flyers, badges, business cards and freebies.

There’s a distinct smell of ‘newbie’ in the air and, for the capital of Scotland, it’s a novelty to hear the accent.

This all can only mean one thing. The Fringe is here.

Who would we be not to jump on the Royal Mile mania? This year we have an almighty SEVEN shows at the world’s largest performing arts festival – and the bags under our eyes to prove it.

Out with the old, in with the….

Written on June 19, 2013 at 8:04 am, by

Yes, it’s finally here after many months of planning, site mapping, designing and editing, we’re proud to say that our new website now reflects us as a team, the artists we work with and the vibrant nature of the industry we work in.