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Associate Companies

Redbridge Drama Centre supports the development of professional companies. As an Associate Company they are able to develop and rehearse work here and run workshops for our theatre schools and other young people.

Theatre Ad Infinitum

Our first Associate Company is the award winning Theatre Ad Infinitum who share many of our own ideals and have produced some of the most creative and inspirational work visiting the Centre. Their mission is to create transformative theatrical experiences that inspire, challenge, move and provoke a global community, ignite passionate debate about urgent themes and engage diverse audiences. We have worked with Theatre Ad Infinitum and have been delighted to support their many critically acclaimed projects including OdysseyTranslunar Paradise, Ballad of the Burning Star and the dystopian Sci-Fi Light.  
To find out more visit the Theatre Ad Infinitum website.

Scene Productions

ur second Associate Company is Scene Productions who have produced many shows at RDC. They specialise in accessible adaptations of classics from Brecht, Artaud and Kafka drawing on physical theatre styles and a variety of form. Their work tours the country in a variety of settings and they produce excellent resources to allow in-depth study of their work.
To find out more visit the Scene Productions website.


Our third Associate Company is Artists4Artists. Offering a voice for the hip hop theatre community, providing professional development for artists, initiating debate, introducing new audiences to hip hop & activating a dialogue between programmers and artists. A4A address the lack of training, professional development and programming opportunities for hip hop artists. Ultimately encouraging confidence, inclusion and innovation to develop the hip hop sector.
To find out more visit the Artists4Artists Facebook page.

Far from the Norm

Our fourth Associate Company is Far from the Norm, who were established in 2009 and is a hip hop theatre collective of individuals renowned for challenging and inspiring audiences.  We first worked with them in Autumn 2014 when we collaborated on a school’s project creating a piece to raise awareness about substance abuse.  This was produced through Redbridge Drama Centre and Breakin’ Convention.  
To find out more visit the Far from the Norm website.

Rhum and Clay

Our final Associate Company is Rhum and Clay. Born at Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris in 2010, Rhum & Clay is led by artistic directors Julian Spooner and Matthew Wells. Devised through creative play, the company‚Äôs work – a sophisticated and highly accessible fusion of physical theatre and absurdist clowning – is made in collaboration with a diverse ensemble of actors, dancers, musicians, designers, academics and anyone with an interesting story to tell.
Their production TESTOSTERONE was part of the British Council Showcase 2017 and received 5 star reviews.
To find out more visit the Rhum and Clay website.