house in 2013

Happy New Year to you all. We hope you had a lovely, festive Christmas and are ready for 2013. Here’s just a few of the things that we’re up to in the coming months…

house development days

Following the success of the 1st venue development day in November, house will be running a series of one day development and discussion days for both venues and artists throughout the spring. For more information and to book a place at one of these events visit our About us section.

house supported tours

We’ve tours a-plenty going out this Spring from:

  • Laura Mugridge – The Watery Journey Of Nereus Pike
  • Bootworks – The Incredible Book Eating Boy
  • Horse + Bamboo – The Nightingale
  • Les Enfants Terribles – The Trench
  • Folded Feather – Suitcase Circus
  • The Wrong Crowd – The Girl With The Irons Claws

More information can be found at and full tour dates will be published in the very near future.

venue networking day

Following on from the success of our first bi-annual programmers day at the Prince Of Wales Theatre, London in November we’ve set the date for the next one as 12th March.


Our website is constantly being tweaked and improved with new sections being added. If you think we’re missing something then do let us know.

There’s no doubt about the importance and usefulness of Twitter. BUT as a self-confirmed ‘tweet-o-phobic’ I need to get my act together and get tweeting. It’s one of my New Year resolutions to personally get on the house Twitter account to keep all updated with what we’re doing at house and to share further information about resources, opportunities and events. You can find us at @housetheatre, if you haven’t already.

press & PR

We’d like to introduce Vicky Bailey to the house team. Vicky will be with us leading on our press and PR needs. We’re further exploring ways of supporting existing audiences, reaching new audiences and supporting venue marketing and PR staff with both tried and tested PR support as well as exploring new initiatives to reach the public in these times of information overload.

As the year progresses we’ll have more opportunities to get involved, and we’d love to have your feedback and ideas to help provide and sustain ‘better theatre for more people’.

– Mark