The Rise of The Composter

A hardy annual superhero tale for our times.

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Washed Up – FREE to view

Washed Up, Rough Glory Films’ award winning short film about Desperate Men is FREE to watch! This bleakly comic study takes an unflinching look at the combustible tension that drives Desperate Men to keep making vital street theatre when some days they are barely on speaking terms. Seeing how we have lasted 25 years without killing one another may inspire people to keep going through these bleak times. Click here to watch for free.


“Thought provoking, funny and poignant look at what happens next when performers decide to move on after 4 decades of work”

42 years in the making, Desperate Men hands the reins over to the next generation. However, we’re not going out quietly! Bear witness to a ceremony of transformation, as we pass the baton and imagine how the generations might co-exist in future. Click here for more info and to watch the full film!

Richard Headon and Jon Beedell

Slapstick & Slaughter

“Anarchic but consummately crafted sketches”The Stage

“A perfectly formed and darkly comic epic”Bristol 24/7

We’ve had a fantastic response to our WW1-inspired show Slapstick & Slaughter!

Check out the full length film here!

Studio for hire

Now under the management of Tit for Tat. This light and airy rehearsal space has been redecorated and updated thanks to an Arts Council grant, and is available for hire.

New features include insulated floor, double glazing and a new kitchen.

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Creative Production

Past Projects

Loads of our previous projects and shows are now available in full to watch for FREE!

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