To all our audiences, supporters and friends all across the world,

we hope everyone is taking care at this time.

Everyone’s health comes first and we will always prioritise the wellbeing and safety of you, our staff and companies. We are nothing without the extraordinary people who work with and for us, and those who engage with us.

We are still able to offer advice and adapted services from our talented livestreaming/digital team, so do please get in touch with any questions about developing and delivering your digital offer here [email protected]

In the meantime, as an update as to what we have been doing since the Lockdown in March 2022, we have:

  • made the commitment to honour all our contracts and keep our staff employed through the crisis. We will do this for as long as is feasible.

  • presented a webcast of our production of Crongton Knights, which was on tour at the time when theatres closed. 10,000 people viewed the production online between 22 April and 9 May. It was accompanied by a range of free talks, workshops and Q&A sessions with the creatives and teams behind Pilot’s work and these are all still available and free to view online at our Pilot Connects page.

  • supported Young and Talented’s Crongton Knight’s Festival with Theatre Peckham. Have a look at some of the short films and online workshops on their YouTube Channel.

  • started work on the first of our Creative Europe Play On productions, working online with our partners and colleagues in 9 European companies

  • worked with our consortium partners to distribute learning resources connected to our work to teachers.

  • delivered two workshops for emerging theatre directors to offer advice at this time in May.

  • embarked on a new XR Stories project.

At the moment we are not in the office, but you can contact us at [email protected] or follow updates on here or any of our social media platforms; TwitterFacebookInstagramYouTube.

In solidarity, stay safe.

The Pilot Theatre Team