Dead On Her Feet was the first show to be created by The North Wall Art Centre’s producing arm, The North Wall Trust.
Written by Emmy award-winning playwright Ron Hutchinson and directed by Barry Kyle, Dead On Her Feet is electric and powerful physical work on that considers the extraordinary phenomena of 1930’s dance marathons, drawing direct parallels with the recession today.
6 – 15 September 2012 // The North Wall, Oxford
3 October – 3 November 2012 // Arcola Theatre, London
Fast Track, the North Wall's second home-grown production, started its life during the summer residency in 2012.
Written by emerging writer Catriona Kerridge, the play was directed by North Wall artistic director Lucy Maycock and follows six characters whose lives are complicated by their difficult relationship with money. Set in a city park, and pulsing with energy and dark humour, Fast Track exposes the beating heart of the city and the challenges faced by those that live in it.
2- 4 October 2014 // The North Wall, Oxford
The result of a four-year collaboration between Awake Projects and The North Wall, Song of Riots uses uses text, song, physical theatre and the poetry of William Blake to tell a coming-of-age story of two boys.
14 - 18 April 2015 // The North Wall, Oxford
28 - 31 May 2015 // Växhuset, Västerås, Sweden
3 - 4 June 2015 // Tou Scene, Stavanger, Norway
13 - 17 Oct 2015 // Battersea Arts Centre, London
24 - 25 Oct 2015 // Stockholm Fringe, Sweden