A 2016 re-imagining of our ‘richly ambitious’ adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’. Coinciding with the book’s 125th anniversary, the our unique, intimate take sees Wilde’s gothic horror interwoven with live music and stylised movement. Performed at The Space, London and at The Free Fringe, Edinburgh… Read more.
The ‘world-renowned’ Professor Gooblidook is back at RHS Garden Rosemoor and needs new recruits for his latest experiments that are out of this world. Pregnant Fish Theatre return to Rosemoor with a specially commissioned interactive show for children of all ages and join Professor Gooblidook and his astronauts in an extra-special, extra-terrestrial adventure around the garden… Read more.
‘Untitled Witch Project’, with an all female cast, is inspired by the true story of the last women to be hanged for Witchcraft in England, in Bideford, Devon. Presented for free at Crossrail Community Rooftop Gardens as part of Late Bloom Festival in association The Space in August 2015….Read more
There’s trouble in the gardens! ‘World renowned’ Ghost Hunter and Wannabe Gardener Professor Gooblydook was called back to RHS Rosemoor for Halloween 2014 in ‘Disgusting Plants and Frightening Foods’ …Read more
‘Thoughtful and tender… Stories worth telling and music worth hearing’ – Wildfire Magazine
An intimate mix of folk music and monologues, Pregnant Fish explore the fractured lives of a group of University students after a campus shooting. Mixing traditional folk songs with original compositions and conversation, A Few Dented Branches was presented as part of Exeter Ignite Festival …Read More
Commissioned by RHS Rosemoor and Entertainingly Different, Halloween 2012 saw ‘world renowned’ Ghost Hunter Professor Gooblydook descend on Torrington, Devon, in order to capture some local folk-spirits with the help of local children and their families in an interactive, roaming adventure around Rosemoor Gardens …Read More
‘The Picture of Dorian Gray‘ is a original adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic gothic novella. Mixing songs, dance and intimate performance, Pregnant Fish’ unique take on Dorian premiered at the Rose and Crown, London before going on to the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter and the Edinburgh Fringe with PBH’s Free Fringe in 2012 …Read More
Commissioned by The Dartmoor Folk Festival, Pregnant Fish brought forgotten Devonshire folk tales to life in an interactive family friendly show full of puppetry and songs to the festival in 2011 …Read More
Pregnant Fish took over Worcester High Street in July 2011 to promote Specsavers’ Contact Lens trials …Read More
Pregnant Fish’s first production, an intimate, claustrophobic reworking of Sondheim’s famous musical thriller – ‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street’. With an acoustic, percussive score played by the cast …Read More