reminds us that theatre is
not just words spoken,
but words made flesh.
OpticNerve Performance Group is committed to theatrical research and training; the investigation of performance-making processes, the adapting of narratives from other media to the stage and re-visioning original texts.
OpticNerve pushes the boundaries of theatrical form and investigates works that provoke perceptions of social reality: Five Kinds of Silence from a radio play by Shelagh Stephenson; YES from a film by Sally Potter; Manbeth from Shakespeare's Macbeth; Pale Blue Dot devised by the Company and The Mill on the Floss adapted by Helen Edmundson from the George Eliot novel.
OpticNerve Performance Group has been nominated for six Greenroom Awards.