The Wardrobe Ensemble
The Wardrobe Ensemble is a Bristol-based group of theatre artists. Their work includes: The Last of the Pelican Daughters (Edinburgh Fringe, 2019); Education, Education, Education (Edinburgh Festival Fringe & UK tour, 2017; Trafalgar Studios, 2019); 1972: The Future of Sex (Shoreditch Town Hall, 2014; UK tour, 2015; Bristol Old Vic, 2019); 33 (Bristol Old Vic & Edinburgh Fringe, 2013; UK tour 2014); and RIOT (Bristol Old Vic, 2011; UK tour 2012; National Theatre, 2013).
The company has made numerous shows for families and early years, including Eliza and the Wild Swans, Edgar and the Land of Lost, Eloise and the Curse of the Golden Whisk and The Forever Machine (all co-productions with the Bike Shed Theatre); Little Tim and the Brave Sea Captain (a co-production with Bristol Old Vic); and The Star Seekers (a co-production with The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol).
A theatrical love letter to the schools of the 1990s, asking big questions about a country in special measures, exploring what we are taught and why, and where responsibility lies. Full of inventive theatricality and irreverent humour.
A devised play about three couples having sex for the first time – and a country on the brink of a sexual awakening.