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Amy Jane Cook

Theatre credits include: Insignificance, St Nicholas (Theatr Clwyd), To Dream Again (Clwyd/Polka), The 8th (UK tour/Paines Plough), Mudlarks (The Bush/ HighTide Festival), Medea, W11 (The Gate), 65 Miles, Once Upon a Time in Wigan (Hull Truck/Paines Plough), Hamlet (Young Vic/Maria Theatre), 66 Books, Flooded Grave, Where’s My Seat? (The Bush), The Water Engine (Old Vic Tunnels), Insomnia Season (The Other Room), Insignificance (The Langham, New York), Almost Maine (The Park Theatre), The Separation (Project Arts Centre, Dublin/Theatre 503). Winner of Best Design at The Wales Theatre Awards 2017.

Welcome

New Perspectives is an East Midlands based national touring theatre company, with a specialty in creating dynamic performances for rural audiences. We make ambitious and original theatre, focusing on new writing, adaptations and revivals, which we present in community settings and venues nationally and internationally. We provide career defining training and mentoring opportunities for emerging regional talent and manage the rural touring scheme Northants Touring Arts . 


Whether you’re a theatre lover, rural champion, or believe in widespread access to the arts then please help us make our work. Like every actor on stage, or each word on the page, every donor plays a vital role, your support can make a real difference... Find out more

New Perspectives is a registered charity no. 1058309 
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TOURING

A FORTUNATE MAN
" radical...stimulating...compelling" 
The List

 
"The best kind of children's theatre"
The Stage

TOURS BOOKING 

New production of award-winning film comedy by one of Finland's greatest modern storytellers.
 
 
 

NEWS

A SEASONAL SHARING
Crossings will be broadcast online to mark the first collaborative tour produced by Pentabus Theatre and New Perspectives. Find out more here
 

SISYPHUS IN SARAJEVO! 
Be Festival Mess Award winner Sisyphus is invited to Bosnia and Herzegovina's international festival in 2019. Find out more here