Special Projects

From Our Town to Your Town

In November 2014, the current production of Our Town will be taken to two schools in outer London. The entire cast and crew will travel to Bexley and Ealing to perform the full show in these school halls for the students from each school. Neither borough has a professional theatre, so we have made a commitment to take the production, and ultimately our theatre, right to them. 


Mon 10 Nov
Dormers Wells High School, Ealing
Mon 17 Nov
Cleeve Park School, Bexley

"We are delighted that we are able to take our production of Our Town to schools in Bexley and Ealing; two boroughs without professional theatres. The work that Almeida Projects does with schools and young people is enormously inspiring, and I am so glad that we are able to continue to find exciting ways to bring our work to more young people across London."

- Rupert Goold, Artistic Director

Alongside these one-off performances, students from each school will explore the idea of community through a project called Your Town.

Watch this space for updates on the project as it develops.

This programme of workshops and schools performances has been generously supported The Chapman Charitable Trust and The Noël Coward Foundation.

If you are interested in finding out further information on how to support this unique programme of work please contact Gemma Cook, Senior Development Manager, on 0207 288 4934 orThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Last Words You'll Hear

The Almeida Theatre presents
Last Words You’ll Hear

18-20 July 2014
at Latitude Festival

A new piece of theatre devised by the Young Friends of the Almeida, under the direction of Whitney Mosery

What truths lie underneath the surface of the status quo? What secrets do we keep from ourselves? And how do our fears keep us from connecting with each other? “The most daring and exciting theatre in London” (Evening Standard) presents the world premiere of Last Words You’ll Hear, devised and performed by The Young Friends of the Almeida, which takes inspiration from Strindberg, Jung, Prometheus and PostSecret, and challenges the assumption that self-defining has replaced self-reflection.


Young Friends of the Almeida offers workshops, projects and work placements made especially for young people aged 13 – 25. For more information about the Almeida Theatre’s broad and creative learning programme of high quality and innovative activity for, by and with young people, click here.

Ivan Drovnin
Felix Guyer
Marie Hamilton
David Jervis
Emily Louizou
Ibrahim Pala
Paula Paz
Hanley Quintrell
Hana Raage
Tanya Reynolds
Unique Spencer
William Stuart
Melissa Tehrani
Isabel Tennyson
Sarah Yesufu

Creative Team
Director               Whitney Mosery
Designer             Georgia Lowe
Sound Designer   Helen Skiera
Associate Sound
   Designer           Owen Crouch
Stage Manager     Kirsty MacDiarmid
Technician           Anthony Watson

This production was performed at Latitude Festival 2014.