Out of Joint
Out of Joint make epic, authentic and inquisitive theatre. One of our longest established visiting companies, they have brought bold revivals and sharp new writing to both of our theatres since Everyman & Playhouse was established in 2003.
Gemma Bodinetz, our Artistic Director, says: "Out of Joint are renowned for developing hard-hitting new plays and reviving resonant 20th Century classics many of which were first directed by their legendary Artistic Director Max Stafford–Clark."
"An entirely original production of note" Purple Revolver on The Witch of Walkern
"Wonderfully spare and atmospheric production." The Guardian on The Witch of Walkern
"Max Stafford-Clark's direction is masterly" The Observer on This May Hurt A Bit
"As agit-prop theatre goes… must surely rank as one of the most stylish ever staged" What'sOnStage on This May Hurt A Bit
"A revealing piece of verbatim theatre" The Sunday Times on Mixed Up North
"When the real stories emerge... they are never less than compelling" The Independent on Mixed Up North
“Bursting with ideas”
The Guardian on Testing the Echo
“Well-crafted and well worth it”
Big Info on Testing the Echo
The Daily Post on The Overwhelming
“Uncomfortable but gripping viewing”
BBC on The Overwhelming
"An astonishing piece of theatre..." The Guardian on The Permanent Way
"The most significant and revealing new play of the year" Daily Telegraph on The Permanent Way
“Brilliant. It wrenches the gut and makes the soul sing… Staggeringly moving”
The Times on Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage
“Riveting… A cracking, heartfelt evening”
Mail on Sunday on Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage
“Full of wild, dark humour” The Guardian on The Big Fellah
“Gripping” Financial Times on The Big Fellah
“A rollicking romp with a feisty, raw edge, by turns funny, touching, grim and hopeful” The Stage on The Convict’s Opera
“This show is a little gem – an enormous amount of pleasure to be gleaned” Daily Telegraph (Australia) on The Convict’s Opera
The Stage on King of Hearts
“A fast-paced show, with slick dialogue form an excellent cast”
Chris High on King of Hearts
"Chilling, moving and mesmerising... a truly remarkable piece of theatre"
The Daily Telegraph on Talking to Terrorists
"Extraordinary kaleidoscopic collage"
The Guardian on Talking to Terrorists
"Max Stafford-Clark's excellent Out of Joint company"