Residency Programme

Cambridge Junction’s J3 studio is offered out as development space and residencies for the creation and rehearsal of innovative contemporary performance by local, regional, national and international companies and artists.

The space is offered as a contribution to the development of exciting projects that match our artistic aims and are relevant to Cambridge. Residencies are by invitation from Cambridge Junction’s artistic team, with Troop providing the route to support for local artists.

Since January 2013, these shows and projects have benefited from this space, free of charge.

(This list may not be exhaustive – let us know if we’ve forgotten someone!)

  • 30 BIRD – Domestic Labour: A Study in Love
  • Night Light’s The Kindling Project
  • Bryony Kimmings & Richard Dedomenici – Holidad
  • Hunt and Darton - BOREDOM
  • GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN – No 1, The Plaza
  • Hoipolloi – The Hugh Hughes Radio Project, development for Things I Forgot I Remembered
  • tatty-del – tatty-del are making it work
  • Figs in Wigs – We, Object
  • New Opera Hero
  • Urban Theatre Projects (Australia) - Flamingo
  • Menagerie Theatre Company – Hotbed play development
  • Igor and Moreno – Idiot-Synchrasy
  • Chris Thorpe and Hannah Jane Walker – I Wish I Was Lonely
  • TOOT Collective – Be Here Now
  • Metis – World Factory
  • Holly Bodmer - BLOW
  • New Art Club – Feel About Your Body
  • Steffi Mueller – Prelude to a Coat
  • Milk Presents – Self Service
  • Ira Brand – A Cure For Aging
  • Shelia Ghelani – Rambles with Nature (Rambles 1)
  • Brown Council (Australia) – Remembering Barbara Cleveland
  • Chris Bailey – THIS IS HOW WE DIE
  • Kindle Theatre – Lady Gogo Gogh
  • Tom Penn
  • Night Light Theatre – The Rift Zone
  • Dancing Brick – Thumbelina’s Great Big Adventure
  • Russell Bender & Rose Lewenstein - Darknet
  • GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN – The Live Art Community Musical
  • Anna Williams and Tom Roden – The Doodle Dance Show
  • Figs in Wigs – SHOW OFF
  • post (Australia) – Everything You Wanted To Know About The Global Financial Crisis But Were Afraid To Ask
  • TheatreState – The Fanny Hill Project
  • CJ Mahony and Georgie Grace – the hand that takes
  • Anna Melander Dance Theatre
  • Tom Roden – Things of Cambridge: A Pub Quiz
  • David Rosenberg and Glen Neath - Fiction
  • Hannah Walker and Chris Thorpe – Human Resources
  • Francesca Beard – A Lie
  • Temper Theatre - Tribe
  • NIE – Around The World In 80 Days
  • Lucy McCormick – Calendar Girl
  • Rowan James – Easy For You To Say
  • Jack Stinton Dance Theatre
  • Sylvia Rimat – This Moment Now
  • Body Ko Theatre
  • Ragnhild Freng Dale
  • Remote Control Theatre – Project HaHa
  • Igor and Moreno – A Room For All Our Tomorrows
  • Project O - Voodoo
  • Permanently Visible Productions – Time To Talk To Jane
  • Neon Moon – The Electric Rodeo Circus
  • TheatreState – Tribute Acts
  • Circa69 – The Cube
  • Action Hero – Wrecking Ball
  • Flight of the Escales – Circus WTF

… and the list is growing.

GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN’s Number 1, The Plaza (co-produced by Cambridge Junction). Photograph Ludovic des Cognets