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Mar 02




Call for submissions

Plain Sight is calling for submissions for new writers and show devisors for a new project aimed at young children in the UK.

Your piece should be aimed for children aged in the range of 3-8  (Key stages – Early years  to 1 and 2), and would ideally incorporate some part of the national curriculum, but this is not a requirement for submitting. (National curriculum information:

We aim to produce the piece in the summer of 2014 and would be keen to work closely with writer/artist/devisor during the rehearsal and project period, and potentially further on.

Please email: with any questions you might have regarding you submission. Submission must be received by March 16th. Please send submissions to with the subject line being ’Spring2014/your name and name of play’.

If you would like to perform in this project please also contact us using the email above or by using our website,

Nov 01





A very big welcome to the new people just joining PLAINSIGHT. We are very excited to have you all onboard and cant wait to get working and stuck in with “The Night Before Christmas”.


Roesja graduated from Rose Bruford in 2010 where she predominately trained in physically theatre, looking at various training techniques from mask work, clowning, rhythm, puppetry and improvisation. She studied for a semester in Barcelona. Since graduating she has done a lot of production work and is making her way into short films as well as pursuing theatre.


Latiesha is a theatre maker.As a performer she continues to challenge myself and she thrive on ensemble projects that push the boundaries of what is possible in theatre and film. She uses her skills in acting, workshop facilitation, spoken word and movement to make work that is imaginative, fun and challenging.


Joanne is also a keen theatre devisor and has a strong dance background which is branching out into much physical work and has good musical skills. She just finished playing Eve (actor and puppeteer in The Deliverance of Sanctuary) Arts Depo London, and had various roles and puppeteering in The Velveteen Rabbit and Greek Myths Kids (C Venues, Edinburgh).

Oct 18




Workshops: The Night Before Christmas

Workshops are well underway for Plain Sight”s next show, The Night Before Christmas. We are having great fun meeting new performers and devising sections of the poem – lots of great ideas flying around!

A big thank you to all  who have attended so far:

Roesja Blok, Kim Burnett, Dawn King, Carrie Whitton, Pippa Gibb, Trygve Wakenshaw and Carolina Sanchez Medina.

Aug 19




Cafe Conversations – Edinburgh Launch

After a succesful run across London in April and May this year, this weekend sees the re-launch of Cafe Conversation at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012. We will perform in a variety of public spaces across the whole festival.

We are happy to announce that the project have been joined by actors Lauren Roberts and Matthew Malone, who will be performing short conversations written by new, emerging play-writer Tamsin Merchant.

Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter for running updates on times and location.

Click on image on top for images from the weekend.

Jul 01




Cafe Conversations at Edinburgh Fringe!

Hi all.

Please join us in Edinburgh in August 2012. 

Plain Sight will be showing Cafe Conversations across the city throughout the festival. 

 Cafe Conversations series of conversations from theatre set in public spaces. The project explores the idea of eavesdropping on the conversations of others as well as staging performances in unconventional locations for an unaware audience. The work presents theatre in a non-theatrical setting, reaching a non-theatre audience. The performance exists in the middle of an unsuspecting audience, where it can be overheard.

Through the act of eavesdropping, the audience realises that they are eavesdropping on something artificial, and so feel justified in their act and encouraged to view the performance more openly.

The project features a selection of conversations from Shakespeare, contemporary and emerging playwrights.

The project places theatre in a public space, in plain sight of whoever chooses to engage with it. Performers leave subtle invitations to the audience, encouraging them to find another performance in a different venue, leading to an underground following of the performances, which are happening covertly in a number of cafes.

May 02




Cafe Conversations Launch Weekend!

This weekend sees the launch of Plain Sight, creative partnership of Caecilie Hougaard Pedersen and Amy Gunn. We invite you to see our launch project, starting this weekend.

Our debut project is a series of conversations from theatre set in public spaces in London. We place private conversations from theatre amongst members of the public, unannounced.

The weekend performance schedule is as follows:

3rd & 4th May:
Camden Market

5th May:
Borough Market & South Bank

6th May:
Brick Lane & Spitalfields Market

Please follow our Facebook page or twitter  for the precise locations on the day. We are performing in areas around that location between 11am and 1pm. Our hope is to gain an internet following through exposure to the public but as your support and attendance in these initial stages is invaluable, we are releasing full information ahead of time to get the ball rolling.

We hope to see you all there!

May 01




Well, who made our website!

Have a look HERE

Aarhus Design Bureau!


Apr 17




CC actress Louise Torres-Ryan in new movie!

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Check out the link below!

“Pictures Of Lily is a feature film that has been shot on location in Brighton, UK. It”s a charming, amusing and challenging tale of two very different people drawn to each other over the course of 24 hours. It looks beautiful, the performances are captivating and the soundtrack is stunning.

In Pictures Of Lily we follow an odd couple (a quiet, dispirited, nameless businessman and a forthright, free-spirited woman called Lily) as they make their way through a seaside town and their one day together.

First we spy the suited London Man –a fish out of water– as he loses himself in Modern Bohemia surrounded by hippy hipsters. We watch as he regards a stranger in a flea market, until she spots him back and confronts him – but not us, fortunately. Then we attach ourselves to the two of them as they play mind games; watch and interact with others. But do they know they are being watched? Do they know each other? Or are they destined to part the way they met … as strangers?”