Connecting Communities through Performance

Welcome to Reve(a)l Productions. We aim to support the growth and development of people who are marginalised or disadvantaged using Social & Community Theatre (Applied Theatre) and putting on devised ‘Shows with Meaning’ in local community settings. We work flexibly on a range of projects and funding. Audiences may be small and connected to the performers or in a wider setting – the performances bring a message to the audience that is critical to the development of the performers in changing their lives or the lives of others.

Reve(a)l Productions has worked – and will continue to work – with varied communities including: war affected youth and schoolchildren in Sierra Leone; serving soldiers; veterans in rehabilitation; recovering addicts; homeless people; children and adults with special needs; young women at risk; ex-offenders; young people – multiculturally. We aim to work with this diversity, and also with audiences who connect with these performers.

Who has Reve(a)l worked with?

A selection of our videos

Pattern Up

Pattern Up performances November 2018 – January 2019

Charabanc 2017

Directed by Joanna Procter 2017. Click to view a selection of image highlights of Charabanc 2017.

Directed by Joanna Procter 2016. She is directing an extended version for LangFest (Sept) 2017.

Please note: Much of Reve(a)l’s work is confidential and therefore film footage is limited.