Since 2013, Bathway Theatre has offered regular artist residencies and has worked in Partnership with several established companies - including Greenwich Theatre, Greenwich & Lewisham Young People's Theatre, EEA, Chiff Chaff, ZU-UK.
Bathway Theatre fosters relationships between artists in the professional community and staff and students at the University of Greenwich. It is a link between theatre makers, performers, directors, writers, designers and promoters and is a place for Bathway Theatre Network members to advertise their current and forthcoming performances.
We are interested in contemporary performances, both from established performers and emerging artists and companies. Whether you are looking to showcase a new piece, run a project or collaborate with our Bathway Team, we want to hear from you.
Pieces could include, but are not limited to, physical theatre, script work or multi media performance. We are particularly interested in performances that speak to our vibrant, culturally diverse community as well as our students and wider audience.
Artistic residencies opportunities work on an exchange basis and via application/proposal. Through Bathway you have a chance to stage a public performance, and are offered free rehearsal space and technical assistance in exchange for artistic/academic involvement.
If you are interested in joining our performance platform please read and fill out our application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org
“Bathway Theatre fosters relationships between artists in the professional community and staff and students at the University of Greenwich. It is a link between theatre makers, performers, directors, writers, designers and promoters and is a place for Bathway Theatre members to advertise their current and forthcoming performances.”
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“Bathway Theatre is an online platform, and physical space for contemporary performance companies and individuals to link together and enable collaboration, artistic exposure and mutual learning for audiences as well as a wider artistic community.”