The name Coney was first taken in 2006, but there are accounts of pieces happening as early as 2004 and tales of adventures dating back years before that. Rumours that Coney is a front for another organisation (headed by something or someone called Rabbit) are typically denied.
The audience has always been the soul of our work, co-creating their experiences within the stories and worlds we’ve designed. First reported adventures were deep and magical experiences for smaller groups of audience. Pieces such as NTT at the National Theatre in 2006 and The Gold-Bug at Battersea Arts Centre in 2008 opened up Coney to a wider audience and influences, before A Small Town Anywhere at BAC attracted critical acclaim in 2009. House of Cards in the State Apartments at Kensington Palace opened in 2012, reaching new audiences of over 500,000. We are proud to have been made a National Portfolio Organisation by Arts Council England in 2012.
Over the years we’ve created stories in palaces and classrooms, led people through streets and fields, and made work everywhere from Tasmania to Berlin.
Take a look at our interactive timeline to dive into some of our past projects by clicking the map below: