Next week we are going to see something. But we don't know what. We just know we need to dress as Matter Analysts in navy blue jump suits with latex gloves, face masks and boots on and have joined a secretive organisation called Brave New Ventures. It seems like it might be something like Alien or one of it's sequels.Or maybe even it's prequel? The plot thickens.
Watch this space. It starts tonight!
Previous SC productions:-
Paranoid Park directed by Gus Van Sant in Shipwright Yard, London; December 2007
Funny Face directed by Stanley Donen in Royal Academy of Arts, London; Feb 2008
If… directed by Lindsay Anderson in Dulwich College, London & Clifton College, Bristol; May 2008
A Night at the Opera directed by Sam Wood in Hackney Empire, London; Oct 2008
Ghostbusters directed by Ivan Reitman in Royal Horticultural Halls & Corn Exchange, Brighton; Nov 2008
Anvil! The Story of Anvil directed by Sacha Gervasi in Sheperd’s Bush Empire, London; Feb 2009
The Harder They Come directed by Perry Henzell in Coronet Theatre, London; June 2009
The Warriors directed by Walter Hill in London Fields, London; Sept 2009
Alien directed by Ridley Scott in 105 Clifton Street, London; Oct 2009
Bugsy Malone directed by Alan Parker in The Troxy, London; Nov 2009
Wings of Desire directed by Wim Wenders in Sheperd’s Bush Pavilion, London; Feb 2010
Bladerunner directed by Ridley Scott in Wood Wharf, London; June 2010
Lawrence of Arabia directed by David Lean in Alexandra Palace, London; Sep 2010
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest directed by Milos Forman in Princess Louise Hospital; Nov 2010
The Red Shoes directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger in Tobacco Docks, London; Feb 2011
Battle of Algiers directed by Gillo Pontecorvo in Old Vic Tunnels Waterloo London; Apr 2011
The Third Man directed by Carol Reed in Clerkenwell; December 2011 to 22 Jan 2012
Bugsy Malone directed by Alan Parker in The Troxy Cinema, Commercial Rd; Apr.
Prometheus directed by Ridley Scott in Euston Shed; June.