First glimpse of Frogs rehearsals

Rehearsal photographs by Manuel Harlan, at South East Dance, Brighton 13th Dec 2023. With actors Aitor Basauri, Jacoba Williams, Toby Park, director Joyce Henderson, writer Carl Grose, designer Lucy Bradridge, stage manager Katie Bosomworth, sound designer Beth Duke. The Frogs show page.      

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Hairy previews

Spymonkey’s first ever show for children opens in London! Laugh-out-loud comedy for Hairies aged 6-12 years and their families. Meet Hairnry. He’s a follicle, and one of the five million hair cells that grow on a human body. On his first day Hairnry arrives at Hair Control Centre with big

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SPYMONKEY LAUNCH NEW MANIFESTO AND THREE NEW SHOWS FOR 2023 In celebration of 25 years of making “brilliant virtuoso physical comedy” (BBC R4 Saturday Review), Spymonkey are launching a new manifesto and programme of work for 2023 and beyond. The last three years have seen major changes to the UK’s

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HYSTERIA extended run in Tampa Florida

We’ve had a fantastic response to our 7 week run of Hysteria at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts in Tampa. The run marks a landmark for Spymonkey as the longest residency we’ve ever undertaken, and also is the first time we’ve replaced original Spymonkey cast members. We’ve taken

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Spymonkey's Hysteria


We can finally announce the news that has been burning a hole in our pockets for a while now. Cooped is headed to the USA! We will be rebranding the show for the USA as Spymonkey’s HYSTERIA, performing an extended 7-week run at the Straz Center Tampa, Florida, 17th Sept

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COOPED flies again

This year we celebrate our 20th anniversary as a company! We hope you will join us at one of the limited British dates we are announcing today of Cooped, the deliciously demented take on the pulp gothic romance that we created with writer/director Cal McCrystal way back in 2001: Hitchcock’s

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Christmas Carol reviews are in!

…and they are rocking! ★★★★ The Times “Emotionally true to the spirit of the redemptive tale, yet its zany approach is original and refreshingly free from sugary sentiment. “Feel you’ve digested this story over so many Christmases past that it has become as unappetising as Brussels sprouts? Then prepare for

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