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Founded in 2011 Elysion Productions is a multimedia production company producing new theatre, film, installations and combinations of these all over the UK - based in Manchester we work with new and established talent from across the UK.
For a full list of the team behind Elysion Productions click here
For current project The Rise and Demise Of Kennth Kennedy-Smythe click here
Our first production was Dev's Army by Stuart D Lee. It opened in Manchester in June 2011 going on to the Buxton Fringe Festival and Preston Tringe Festival. In this first tour it won the Large Manchester award and the Best New Writing at the Buxton Fringe Festival where it was also nominated for best Production along with some fantastic reviews. The show toured the UK in 2012 - Manchester, Oxford, London, Liverpool and Buxton in June/July. Click here for more info
In 2011 we presented the first in our regular events of short film screening - Elysion Short Film Corner. Click here for more info
Later in 2011 we then presented Embrace All - an installation piece at Islington Mill. More info coming soon
Our next theatre production (early 2012) was the North West tour of A Light In Every Window and Hope In Boxes by Nicola Schofield. Presented as a double bill they opened to a sell out audience at The Lowry going on to The Lantern Theatre (Liverpool), The Pavilion Arts Centre (Buxton), The Square Chapel (Halifax), On The Fringe (Preston) and The Kings Arms (Salford). More info coming soon
We then took our installation Iris to the Chorlton Arts Festival 2012. This joined Through Sound We See and A Girl to form a mini exhibition as part of The Greater Manchester Fringe Festival 2012.
Our next theatre producion (Summer 2013) was the North West tour of The Rise and Demise of Kenneth Kennedy-Smythe. Presented at The Lantern Theatre (Liverpool), and The Kings Arms (Salford). Click here for more info
For upcoming productions check out here
This play is absolutely, utterly amazing and you really don’t have
to know your stuff to be lured into its intense charm. If you don’t
think this is for you, you’re wrong.
classy example of how a one-act, four hander play, lasting just 60
minutes, can hold an audience in the palm of its small-scale hand.
Imagine Dad’s Army on a sortie into Father Ted territory (Manchester Theatre Awards)
(Manchester Theatre Awards)
It’s a breathtaking debut from Elysion Productions, who I’m sure are
destined to take this play further, don’t miss the chance to see it
in this wonderfully intimate venue. ( Fringe Guru)
these plays were enjoyable, and the cast were absolutely amazing.
night of intense drama. ( Remotegoat)
Absolutely brilliant. We happened upon it but was best play I have
seen in years
Beautiful, thought provoking, emotio nal
I really didn’t realise that I’d find so much pain and sadness there. Now I think that people can feel better now that have some kind of liberty. Thanks.
emotional journey. Amazing concept. 5/5
Would have paid £10 just to see 1 of the shows. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
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