The Skriker // Collaboration with Gruff Theatre by House of Noise


"As apart of 1990s season produced by RIFT, GRUFF will re-imagine this relevant and grotesque take on human nature and the story of our own existence through their uncompromising and direct style. The company will invite performers into their collaborative ensemble, to take audiences on a journey into a dangerous world of warnings from the up-side-down."

In October 2016 we teamed up with the brutally inventive and divisive theatre company, GRUFF. We collaborated on their original production, "It Made Me Consider Me", providing sound design for the performance at the old operating theatre in London Bridge. 

The Skriker, written by Caryl Churchill, is GRUFF's latest venture. We were lucky enough to work alongside a team of designers, including: David Curtis-Ring, set; Sorcha Stott-Strzala, lighting; Rachel Gammon, costume; and an ensemble of 12 wondrous performers.  

The show is running from 28th March - 1st April and 6th April - 8th April, there's a few tickets available here although, be quick before it sells out!