An Icon Theatre Production

The Ballad of St John’s Car Park

The St. George Hotel, £5-10

It’s Karaoke Night in The St. George. Andrea, Eddie, Asha and Kyle are ready to take a stand... A site-specific theatre show about the positive power of protest.

An Icon Theatre Production

If Not Now

Rochester Castle

Exhilarating dance, breath-taking projection and original new music combine to tell a unifying and uplifting story of how communities can make change.

An Icon Theatre Production

The Chatham Witch

Fort Amherst

In 1755, as the foundations of Fort Amherst were being dug, the body of a young woman was uncovered for the first time in over a thousand years…

An Icon Theatre Production

The Silk of a Thousand Spiders

Fort Luton

An immersive theatre production inspired by the true stories of Chatham’s immigrants and invisible labour force who shaped our landscape and lives…

An Icon Theatre Production

23 Submarines

Chatham Riverside

An immersive theatre production inspired by a World War I submarine that emerged from mudflats on the river Medway after a heavy storm…

An Icon Theatre Production

Release

National Tour

Release explores the lives of three prisoners in their first few months after release as they attempt to reconnect with the people and remnants of life they left behind.

Early Years – Interactive Christmas Shows

The Brook Theatre, Chatham

For over a decade, Icon Theatre with Loop Dance Company and Play On Words have been commissioned by Medway Council to create a magical and much-loved Christmas show.

'Theatre31 did a great job of making the children feel comfortable and you could see their confidence grow within the session!'
— Year 5 teacher, Queenborough School and Nursery, Sheppey
'It helps you learn, it helps you grow and become more of what you want to become.'
— Ruby - Icon Youth Theatre (Medway)
★★★★ ‘It is easy to take for granted the acting skills of a top theatre company. But when actors embody characters as superbly as this, you can’t help but notice.’
— The New Statesman
'Icon has been ahead of the curve in understanding that the arts have a role to play in bringing people together, helping them be heard by telling their own stories in their own way, and in the process creating a sense of pride in place and space.'
— Lyn Gardner, Theatre Journalist
78% of the participating young people said they were more confident and had more friends as a result of the project
— Six Ways To Wellbeing, young people's wellbeing project
★★★★ ‘A sharp, impeccably performed and blazingly impassioned piece of theatre…simply terrific.’
— The Times

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