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Montgomery Theatre was great fun, performing small excerpts of our work in progress ‘In My Shoes’. This was our first feedback performance so it was very nerve-racking to say the least but fortunately we gained fantastic constructive criticism from the audience to help us with our work. Each one of us received information that will be […]

An audience with Rationale, 22nd Aug @ Doncaster Little Theatre

We’re inviting you to come and see our ‘In My Shoes’ work in progress and get the chance to give feedback and comment in a live discussion geared towards helping us develop our work and taking it to the next level. Let us know what you liked about each exerpt and let us know what […]

An audience with Rationale, 22nd Aug @ Montgomery Theatre

We’re inviting you to come and see our ‘In My Shoes’ work in progress and get the chance to give feedback and comment in a live discussion geared towards helping us develop our work and taking it to the next level. Let us know what you liked about each exerpt and let us know what […]

We’ve just got back from performing @ St. Peter Church on Abbeydale road, got a good response. The kids seemed to have a bag of fun. The guys down there are very cool and want to keep using the building, so it doesn’t get demolished and turned into flats. If you want a church hall […]

In My Shoes @ The Crucible, Sheffield

Rationale Productions is proudly presents ‘In My Shoes’. ‘In My Shoes’ is a story about a father and a son who have a troublesome relationship that lacks respect and understanding. In a desperate attempt to save their relationship, they attend an extreme therapy session which makes them consider the difficulties faced by others to develop […]

Doc Fest Party Enhancers

To mark an end to an amazing week of Film and Documentaries in Sheffield, Saturday 11th June was the final Party of Sheffield Doc/Fest held at Showroom Cinema and we, as well as a few friends, were hired to tag along. Arriving at 10pm we worked as “undercover” party enhancers, our job was to mingle, […]

Real life martial artist Nathan Geering is also outstanding in his use of break dancing together with his Kathak style of movement – and look out for his summersaults — Jerry Logo, London Journalist