‘If you want to see the future of British theatre now, then Coney is one of the companies to watch…’
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

‘Artists such as Coney are where the real potential of immersive theatre lies…it demonstrates a tangibly different offering to ‘traditional’ fourth wall.’
Duncan Gates, Exeunt Magazine

Welcome to Coney. We are interactive theatre makers – creating games, adventures and play where people can choose to take a meaningful part. Our work takes place anywhere that people gather; in theatres, schools, museums, on the streets and online and always follows the principles of adventure, curiosity, and loveliness.

Led by Coney HQ – a dynamic team of four, we power projects made by bespoke teams of makers assembled from a wider network. We’re supported by a band of 12 associates who are leaders in their field, and feed the overall company manifesto. If you are interested in making play with us, then you are welcome to join the network.

Recent news:

The Droves is a project in development, placing young people aged 7-11 as the creative leads and made for an adult audience. It will be landing in Tower Hamlets soon; if you’re a primary school in the borough, drop us a line.

Our Local Agency has been running secret adventures, play and loveliness with communities nationwide in partnership with Northern Stage. If you’re curious, give us a knock.

After premiering with Camden Peoples Theatre last year, REMOTE is on the move. It will be touring to any space with four walls, so keep an eye out for it landing near you in the coming year.

We’ve kicked off our Network Exchanges. An Exchange is a workshop where everyone is present to play and exchange pieces of practice, and is a wonderful playground for developing games and ideas. If you’re an artist or maker and like the sound of this, we invite you to join the Network of Coney and connect with likeminded, lovely people.

What’s She Like is an online game for you to play on your smartphone made by Coney and Headlong living inside the world of People, Places and Things by Duncan Macmillan. The Orchard St Clinic’s smartphone addiction services are here to support you – follow whatsshelike.net to play.

There’s still playfully secret operations which we can’t tell you much about, not here...

Whoever you are, wherever you be, if you’re curious then you can always find out more by knocking with your questions at knock@coneyhq.org.