Read about Odd Eyes’ founder in the Big Issue

Emilia Teglia’s journey from Big Issue vendor to founding a theatre company Former vendor reflects on her journey from selling the magazine outside Old Street tube station to founding Odd Eyes Theatre, as it reaches its 10 year anniversary. August 22, 2021 By Steven MacKenzie @stevenmackenzie Does it sound melodramatic to say that drama can have […]

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Associate Artist and facilitators

Associate Artist & facilitators Odd Eyes is looking to broad its pull of creatives to continue to provide relevant, meaningful theatre and film programmes to a range of learners and participants from the community through our Creative Debate programme. Our work is rooted in Augusto Boal’s methodologies and aims to use art as a tool […]

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Creative Debate youth project: Community Action in Action

This film was created by young people (16-21) as part of Odd Eyes Theatre’s Creative Debate Youth and Community film project , in partnership with ELATT and Highway House. The project was embedded in the ASDAN personal development course Community Action. Information and bookings for Odd Eyes’ Creative Debate, School and Community projects and film […]

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Creative Debate response: Connected

This film was created by young people (16-21) as part of Odd Eyes Theatre Creative Debate project in partnership with ELATT . The project was embedded in the ASDAN personal development course. Follow this link for information and bookings for Odd Eyes Theatre’s Creative Debate youth and community projects. CONNECTED Created by (in alphabetical order) […]

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Support us through Give as You Live without losing a penny

Raise funds for Odd Eyes when you shop online from thousands of online shops WITHOUT ADDITIONAL COSTS TO YOU It’s time big corporations gave something back! When you sign up with Give Us You Live, online shops will donate to Odd Eyes every time you buy something from thousands of online shops including Argos, Boots, […]

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Support Odd Eyes Theatre

HELP US CREATING GREAT WORK When Odd Eyes Theatre started up in London, the aim was to celebrate multiculturalism by carrying out the long British tradition of respect and integration that made the UK Capital one of the most exciting and creative cities in the world. As the organisation grew, we wanted to share those values […]

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#Haters workshop secondary school

Our work with young people

We are committed to providing young people in the deprived areas with opportunities to develop their personal and social skills through arts. We offer a wide range of programmes for schools, colleges and local youth clubs. HELP MAKE THIS HAPPEN CURRENT PROJECTS #HATERS During the pandemic, we continue to deliver our fully subsidised education programmes […]

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Our work with migrants

HELP MAKE THIS HAPPEN We work with migrants in our local community to reflect their voices in our work and to support them in starting life in a new country. CURRENT PROJECTS  WHITE OTHER  From January 2021, we will be continue the development of a new play that shines a light of current experiences of […]

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Company Producer

COMPANY PRODUCER Odd Eyes Theatre is looking for a Producer to work closely with Artistic Director Emilia Teglia to be the strategic lead for our professional and participatory programme of work. About the programme Perhaps counterintuitively, 2020 has been a year of growth for Odd Eyes Theatre. We have broadened the reach of our projects […]

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Creative Debate #Haters response: Chat to Blood

This film was written by young people (13-15) in response to the short #Haters as part of Odd Eyes Theatre #Haters School and Community project and Hoxton Hall Youth Arts. The film was based on a real incident which involved people from two schools in their areas. INFORMATION AND BOOKING: #Haters youth and community programme […]

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Review: “Unsentimental production of Shaw’s Pygmalion”

“A strong production that is definitely worth seeing.” by Matthew Partridge for remotegoat on 13/06/19 Pygmalion, currently running at Tower Theatre’s home in Stoke Newington, is George Bernard Shaw’s most well-known play, in part due to the later musical adaptation “My Fair Lady”. However, director Emilia Teglia’s production makes it clear that the original was […]

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