Award-winning theatre company non zero one, formed by graduates of Royal Holloway, is returning to the college as Resident Theatre Company to teach undergraduate students.

Non zero one have presented work at the Barbican, National Theatre, Bush Theatre, Tate Britain, The Junction and Latitude Festival, and are an affiliate company of the National Theatre Studio. Shows include would like to meet, this is where you got to when you came in and forthcoming the time out.  

In their new role the company - Sarah Butcher, Iván González, Cat Harrison, John Hunter, Fran Miller and Alex Turner - will share their experience with students in the Drama and Theatre Department at Royal Holloway, University of London.

  Non zero one said: “We are thrilled to be returning to Royal Holloway to teach on the Drama and Theatre degree, in the department where non zero one formed three years ago. We have valued the ongoing support from the college and this is an honour for the company.”

Dan Rebellato, Head of the Department of Drama and Theatre, added: “non zero one are one of the most exciting new young theatre companies to appear in recent years and we’re immensely proud that they formed and made their first work at Royal Holloway. I couldn’t be more pleased that they’ve agreed to come back and inspire a new generation of students.”

- Photo: Members of non zero one at the Barbican