China Plate is a partnership between Ed Collier and Paul Warwick for delivering innovative artistic development opportunities, acting as a conduit for collaboration and encouraging leaps into unknown creative territory. Through projects like The Darkroom, The Optimists and the First Bite and Bite Size Festivals they have designed a range of bespoke opportunities for theatre artists at every stage of their careers, working with some of the UK’s most exciting theatre practitioners. 

 

Ed and Paul are supported by Producer Rosie Kelly and Associate Producer Lucy Moore.


China Plate are the Associate Producers at Warwick Arts Centre. Working closely with Matt Burman, Head of Programming and Audiences and his team, China Plate programme and deliver vibrant and engaging, contemporary theatre for the Studio and are exploring new ways for the centre to engage with theatre artists in developing new work.


 

NEWS AND UPDATES

 

CHINA PLATE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AS THE GUEST DIRECTORS OF PULSE FRINGE!

 

We are hugely excited to be joining the New Wolsey Theatre in bringing you the 2013 Pulse Fringe Festival.

 

The festival runs from 30th May - 08th June 2013.

 

The Pulse 2013 programme will be announced soon.

 

Click here for more information about the festival.


 




 

 CONTENDER CHARLIE, CHINA PLATE AND WARWICK ARTS CENTRE PRESENT...

 

MACBETH - BLOOD WILL HAVE BLOOD

 

Supported by Dartington Arts
A new adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth by Nick Walker

 

A unique collaboration between educationalists Contender Charlie, China Plate and Warwick Arts Centre to introduce Shakespeare's Macbeth to a young audience through an intelligent, innovative, accessible new production.

 

Macbeth - Blood Will Have Blood is currently in development and will be touring to venues in Spring 2013.

 

 


 


 

CHINA PLATE PRESENT...

CAROLINE HORTON'S

MESS

 

WINNER OF THE 2012 STAGE AWARD FOR BEST ENSEMBLE!

 

TOURING FROM SPRING 2013

 

"... comes perilously close to genius"  Time Out 

 

stage  The Stage - 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Must See show

 

5 starThreeWeeks

5 starBroadwayBaby

5 starTheatre Guide London

4 star  Financial Times

4 starThe Herald

4 star Metro

4 star Time Out

4 star Fest

 

 

We are hugely excited that Caroline Horton's 'Mess' premiered at the Traverse Theatre and was performed throughout the

Edinburgh Festival Fringe. 

 

You can keep up to date with worldly insights from Josephine, Boris and Sistahl at @MessMottos and messtheatre.wordpress.com .


Mess