The EssentialsDaedalus Theatre Company is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales and a registered charity. Registered address: 106 Wilmot Street, London E2 0BT. Company No: 07313013. Charity No: 1161754. It is also a member of the Independent Theatre Council (ITC).
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Category Archives: The Company
We’d like to say a big thank you to our outgoing chair Chris Luffingham, who is stepping down from the board. He’s been with us since we first became a proper company, and guided us through a period of significant change, not least more »
You know where this is going. It’s taken ages. The Charity Commission. HMRC. Many, many forms to fill in. Lots of help from the awesome ITC. But we got there. Now, probably, most people looking at this site are penniless artists. We don’t expect those more »
The Arches went into administration today. The press release with all the details is here. This is terrible on a great many levels. It means the loss of an incredible venue which kick-started a a huge amount of careers and provided a fantastic more »
The Arches in Glasgow was the venue that had the courage to give Daedalus its first proper, professional gig, and the result was that we made and premiered Selfish there (show here, with Onur Orkut). The Arches has a unique model: more »
I (Paul) have been going through my old folders as it’s the 21st anniversary of the first Brasenose Summer Arts Festival – originally set up by the same generation of (mainly) Brasenose students who also founded the King’s Hall Trust for more »