The 2014 Jubilee Fund winners were:
To complete the R&D process for their production Development of Bitterness ready for a six week run at Theatre Deli.
To create a website to promote Icelandic actors who have been trained outside of Iceland.
End of the Line Theatre
To assist with the staging of a show in the Camden Fringe.
Members of this year’s graduating cohort from European Theatre Arts who are taking their production of Kantor’s Against Nothingness or 3cm Above an Empty Head to the
Page One Theatre
To support the development of an immersive performance experience for children at the International Youth Arts Festival in Kingston.
To provide funding to European Theatre Arts graduate Smari Gunn to finance the production of a short film.
To fund the development of their experimental promenade performance, Painted Faces.
To support the final development of the company’s production Acqua Alta into a full length touring piece.
The Devil Without
To provide assistance to MA Performance Studies alumnus Ian Johnston’s reimagining of the legend of Faust.
The Man in the Green Jacket
To help fund the staging of a new South African play at the Jermyn Street Theatre in London’s west end.
Interactive 3D Sound Scenes
To invest in Music Technology graduate Tom Flynn’s project to create an online introduction to 3D sound mixing.
To take graduating Actor Imogen Hudson-Clayton’s one women show, Lava Lamps, to the Camden Fringe