Theatre Re

Réinventer. Révéler.

Welcome to our online home! Theatre Re is a London-based international ensemble creating thought-provoking, tangible and poignant work that examines fragile human conditions and spans the boundaries of mime and theatre.

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THE NATURE OF FORGETTING on tour in 2018 and 2019

  1. Thursday evening six week short course

in partnership with Fourth Monkey TC


Led by Guillaume Pigé

From Oct. 5th to Nov. 9th 2017

6pm to 9pm

London, Fourth Monkey Theatre School


SOLD OUT - Other workshop opportunities will be announced shortly!



Theatre Re is extremely grateful to Arts Council England and  Haringey Council  for their ongoing help, trust and support.
We are also very proud to be working in association with The Point Eastleigh and South Hill Park Arts Centre as Associate Artists, as well as with Shoreditch Town Hall, The Lincoln Drill Hall and Jacksons Lane.

Thank you to the 5518 people who came to see The Nature of Forgetting at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival!


We will be on tour in throghout 2018 and 2019 and our future performances will be annunced here very soon!


If you are interested in booking the show, here is q link to our PROMOTERS AREA.

photo: Danilo Moroni / design Rebeccca Pitt

Theatre Re

  1. The music from The Nature of Forgetting and Blind Man’s Song composed by Alex Judd is now available to purchase online!


Please visit our online shop here for more details.


Alternatively you can come and find us at the end of a performance...

photo: Danilo Moroni

Audience’s responses - Edinburgh 2017

Winner ThreeWeeks Arts Editor’s Award 2017

★★★★★ The List

★★★★★ The Edinburgh Reporter

★★★★★ British GQ Magazine

★★★★★ Three Week Edinburgh

★★★★★ Broadway World

★★★★★ Edinburgh Guide

★★★★★ Theatre Bubble

★★★★★ London City Nights

★★★★★ The Wee Review

★★★★★ The Review’s Hub

★★★★★ EdFringe Review

★★★★★ Fringe Review

★★★★★ Theatre Weekly

‘Profoundly moving... An action-packed celebration of life’

FrontRow - BBC Radio 4, John Wilson