Lazarus Theatre Company is committed to re-investigating, revitalising and 
re-imaging classic works for a contemporary audience.
1. We aim to re-examine and reenergise classic texts by presenting them in visually striking, thought provoking and immediately relevant productions through the use of text, movement, music and visual arts.
2. Our work seeks to reach those who have barriers to experiencing live theatre by celebrating cultural diversity, expanding audience’s and artist’s horizons and engaging with young and excluded members of society.
3. We celebrate artists from all backgrounds and experiences with an emphasis on ensemble, working collaboratively and collectively. Great plays belong to one and all.  
4. Through our extensive education workshops, actor training programmes, research and development and audience engagement, we ensure our work retains its impact long after the curtain falls.

★★★★★ “A landmark production for a groundbreaking company 

                                                                                                                                                                                                        J Waygood, Grumpy Gay Critic on 'Tis Pity She's a Whore

The company of Tamburlaine the Great, 2015, Coriolanus, 2014 and Oedipus, 2013.

★★★★★ "This remains a visionary company who have once again brought us a stunning and thoughtful adaptation. Not to be missed.”

View from the Gods on Tamburlaine the Great

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Artistic Director – Ricky Dukes

Associate Producer – Gavin Harrington-Odedra

Associate Director Sara Reimers

Creative Associates – 

Heather Doole, Nick Kent, Adam Trigg, Ina Berggren.

Associate Actors – Robin Holden, Alice Brown, Gemma Beaton, Elly Lowney, Lewis Davidson, Paula James, Stephen MacNeice, Danny Solomon, Colette O’Rourke,  Prince Plockey, Kerry Willison Parry.

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★★★★★ “Pushed the boundaries of the audience’s imagination 

– it swept me off my feet”

Ginger Wig & Strolling Man on The Beggar's Opera

The company of The Women of Troy, 2012, Richard III, 2014 and 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, 2016.

★★★★★ “The Caucasian Chalk Circle is an exciting and engrossing piece of theatre… The overall effect is amazing”

Matthew Pronchick, The Upcoming on The Caucasian Chalk Circle