Previous Projects

Every Building Tells a Story. Every Story Collapses Eventually.

Every Building… explores the bonds we form in relation to the space we occupy – and investigates how we live our lives in relation to these environments. Rough Triangle present a surprising journey through the urban sprawl of everyday life, guided by three slightly unhinged performers who look suspiciously like estate agents. Every Building switches from political and poignant to comedic and ridiculous in the blink of an eye. It is a performance about the housing crisis, gentrification, regeneration, architecture, buildings and the performers themselves.

Press:

“unrivalled cardboard anarchy ” A Younger Theatre

4 STAR REVIEW “This is certainly an energetic performance – at one point the cast themselves were audibly catching their breath – and overall, a very delightful one at that. They’re clearly enjoying themselves in this dynamic and passionate production. We in the audience enjoyed it too.” www.LondonTheatre1.com

Rough Triangle use a unique blend of game play, storytelling, comedy, lo-fi visual spectacles and autobiography to present this unique piece, somehow combining an ill-fated love story, the building of skyscraper, the demolition of a council estate and a dance piece, with cardboard boxes. Descriptive and visual imagery is used to create a place for the company to lay bare Utopian dreams of structural bliss, before haphazardly demolishing them to make room for the next.
And there is a bit with boxes, loads and loads of boxes.

Read our feature about Every Building… in Totally Stockholm here.

“Full of passion, energy & really clever creative ideas” – audience member 

Performed and devised by Georgia Murphy, Dani Mosimann and Andy Roberts. Some material devised by Owen Everett and Luke Fairbotham. Additional direction by Louise Dickinson.
Photography by Rimi Solloway

Performed on 7th October 2016 at Stockholm Fringe Festival, 13th January at 2016 Camden People’s Theatre as part of their Whose London is it Anyway festival and on the 3rd July 2016 at The Rosemary Branch Theatre, London

A Tight Spot

An absurd existential nonsensical performance, in tights.
Commissioned for Nozstock Festival in 2014. Inspired by a random performance title generator, Dani and Andy explore if it is possible to have a completely original idea in the world we live in today. The performance combines visual playfulness and a script that touches on philosophical concepts. Performed august 2014 (Nozstock: The Hidden Valley)

I know Him So Well

Performed at Artists Anonymous, Leeds.
A durational live art game that measure the depths of the performer’s friendships.

Click here to see video.

After Party Performance

After Party Performance brings together two separate pieces of work that Rough Triangle have

Created and performed within a year and based on two previous shows. The original shows were performed on two very specific dates; the actual birthdays of the Rough Triangle performers. This party performance combines elements of both pieces, a staged adaptation of the original events. The act of making and performing the original shows are unravelled in line with the actual stories, rituals and images that played out within them; a deconstructive birthday bonanza.

Performed at Camden People’s Theatre on 18/3/13 as part of SPRINT festival.
Performed at The Bike Shed Theatre 04/06/2013 as part of Ignite festival.
Performed at Stage@Leeds on the 15/3/12 as part of New Stages Festival

Happy Birthday Party Performance II

The first installment of Happy Birthday Party Performance devised to commemorate Luke’s 28th birthday.

A humourous performance about the idiosyncracies of partying. The performance explores how different people celebrate getting older through an amusing mix of party games, quizzes, anecdotes, and stories.

A one off performance, Cross York Street, 28th October 2012 LAB (Live Art Bistro, Leeds)

Happy Birthday Party Performance I

The first installment of Happy Birthday Party Performance devised to commemorate Luke’s 28th birthday.

A humourous performance about the idiosyncracies of partying. The performance explores how different people celebrate getting older through an amusing mix of party games, quizzes, anecdotes, and stories.

A one off performance, Cross York Street, 28th October 2012 LAB (Live Art Bistro, Leeds)