Sep 282015

Apologies galore, but the bespoke site for My Father and Other Superheroes appears to have been hacked. We’re still sorting this out, but do pay attention when Google alarmingly tells you not to open it. We’ll sort it ASAP. That said, October is an exciting MFOS month with three shows that will close out the […]

Jul 272015

Ah, what an evening it was…a sultry summer Southbank Saturday, and a sold-out house to witness the emergence of five shiny, startlingly beautiful pieces of performance by the participants in Re:Play. We were lucky enough to be part of Poetry International 2015, one of the world’s most venerable poetry events – it was founded by […]

Jun 092015

Spider-Man, Kal-El, the Incredible Hulk and the rest of the gang from My Father and Other Superheroes are coming to the Soho Theatre on Monday 6 July as part of this year’s Going Solo festival, which celebrates ground-breaking one-person performances. This one will sell out quickly, so here’s the link to book your place. Digg […]

May 112015

We are so very excited to announce that Nimble Fish will be working with boundary-pushing performer Debs Newbold to produce her new work, Lost in Blue. Debs is the real deal: remarkable performer, gifted writer, and all-around lovely person. We could blah blah more here, but see for yourself in this short clip from Debs’ last show, […]

Mar 112015

You’ll see it on our homepage, but it’s just so good we have to share it twice! Click below to launch the My Father and Other Superheroes motion comic, built by Madefire and based on the popular MFOS graphic novel by Freakhouse Graphics. It works like a video game: your clicks determine your journey through […]

Dec 092014

We’re so excited. And we just can’t hide it. So we’re telling you that after reviewing nearly 60 quality applications to Re:Play, and interviewing a shortlist of 11, the following lovely people are on the programme, which will launch in January 2015: Ria Hartley Gael Le Cornec Afshan Lodhi Lucy Sheen Yomi Sode Click their […]

Nov 232014

It was absolute torture, but we’ve come up with a shortlist for the Re:Play development programme. We’ve now contacted everyone on that list: if that isn’t you, please know it was a very difficult selection process and that while some applications were obviously stronger than others, there wasn’t a duff one in the bunch…amazing, really. […]

Oct 172014

Re:Play is a new development programme for up to five advanced Black, Asian and minority ethnic writer-performers interested in developing, and performing, a one-person show addressing a critical social issue. The programme includes: A £1,000 bursary plus travel to Re:Play activities Four master classes between January-July 2015 exploring writing, performing and producing with some of the […]

Oct 142012

The Royal Opera House has published a video series that offers a rather intimate, and interesting, insight into the collaborative schools work in Southend that Nimble Fish were a key part of. This work spanned several projects and years, and looks to be continuing in a slightly different form in the 2012-13 academic year. There are about a half […]