Out of Joint

National Theatre Wales stages play about gay rugby star Gareth Thomas
By Theo Bosanquet · 22 Oct 2014

Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage is a collaboration with Out of Joint

Pitcairn (Out Of Joint- Plymouth Theatre Royal)
By Karen Bussell · 15 Oct 2014

Lord of The Flies meets Debbie does South Pacific.

Our Country's Good (Bristol Old Vic)
By Kris Hallett · 17 May 2014

Our Country's Good is given a fine revival by Out of Joint in Bristol

This May Hurt a Bit (Bristol Old Vic)
By John Campbell · 12 May 2014

Stella Feelhiy's passionate new play is a defence of the National Health Service, a portrait of an organisation in crisis and a warning of what might happen if the British public remain as quiescent as they are at the moment.

Theatre highlights of the week: Ruthie Hensall joins Billy, In The Heights and The Pajama Game open
By Ben Hewis · 12 May 2014

Lots of openings and transfers this week and not a single show closing

This May Hurt a Bit (Tour - Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 8 Mar 2014

As agit-prop theatre goes, Max Stafford-Clark's production of Stella Feehily's "This May Hurt a Bit" must surely rank as one of the most stylish ever staged

St James ties up Natalie Casey in the vibrator play, Out of Joint and Tall Stories
By Terri Paddock · 1 Nov 2013

Sarah Ruhl's In the Next Room or the vibrator play, starring WhatsOnStage Award winner Natalie Casey, is next up in a St James season that also features a return of Out of Joint and Tall Stories, as well as the UK premiere of Urinetown

Ciphers (Bristol)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 30 Oct 2013

Out of Joint's new spy thriller at the Tobacco Factory "falls well short of its promise".

New season at Bristol's Tobacco Factory 'best yet', says director
By Editorial Staff · 31 Jul 2013
The new season at Bristol's Tobacco Factory features puppetry, cabaret and a return of Out of Joint, reports Shane Morgan
Out of Joint co-produces Dawn King's Ciphers, Blanche McIntyre directs
By Theo Bosanquet · 6 Jun 2013
Award-winning playwright's latest work will tour UK venues later this year, including a run at the Bush Theatre