By Glen Neath and David Rosenberg

Sound by Max & Ben Ringham

Video work by Susanne Dietz

Produced by Fuel

Cast: Christopher Brett Bailey, Colin Michael Carmichael, Karen Cogan, Cath Dyson, Lloyd Hutchinson and Eugénie Pastor

Cast for Scratch: Gemma Brockis, Jenna Watt and Simon Kane

You are invited to a lecture. You know that the subject is probably important and it would be useful to hear what the speaker has to say but you can’t keep your eyes open

You will fall asleep and you will dream

But you won’t be alone in your dream; everyone else will be there with you. And you will have a chaperone who knows the landscape and will attend to you. So nothing can go wrong...

Fiction is the second performance by Glen Neath and David Rosenberg using binaural sound and absolute darkness. It is an anxious journey through the sprawling architecture of our dreams and an exercise in empathy

Or it is an opportunity to get a 60 minute nap

Fiction is not suitable for insomniacs

Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival, 4,5 October 2014

Oxford Playhouse, 9,10 October 2014

Malvern Theatre, 14 October 2014

mac, Birmingham, 16,17 October 2014

Axis Arts Centre, Crewe, 23 October 2014

The Junction, Cambridge, 28,29 October 2014

Lakeside Theatre, Colchester, 30 October 2014

Folkestone Quarterhouse, 31 October 2014

Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate, 1 November 2014

The Continental, Preston, 7,8 November 2014

Unity Theatre, Liverpool, 27,28 February 2015

BAC, London, 3-21 March 2015

BAC, London, 7-17 July 2015

Latitude Festival, Henham Park, Sussex, 19 July 2015

Edinburgh Fringe Festival at Ace Dome, Pleasance, 5-30 August 2015

Hamar, Norway, 6 October 2016

Globalize Festival, Freihandelszone-Ensemblenetzwerk, Cologne, 21 November 2016

Wolverhampton Arena, 9 February 2017

UCLan, Preston, 11 February 2017

Northern Stage, Newcastle, 14,15 February 2017

The Lowry, Salford, 17 February 2017

The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, 7-10 November 2017

Showbox Festival, Riksteatret, Oslo, 29,30 November 2017

BAC, London, 6-8 February 2018

Scratch performance:

FuelFest, BAC, London, 9 November 2013

‘As soon as it's over - even earlier, in fact, while it's still going on - it starts to lapse from your memory, fading like an afterimage on your retina. It's the equivalent of a self-destructing letter. It exists to disappear. That's a fascinating prospect: a self-defeating show; theatre so ephemeral it might as well not have happened... Fiction makes for a unique theatrical encounter about the power of suggestion and the workings of your subconscious’ - Matt Trueman, Whatsonstage ★★★★

‘The piece is disorientating and incredibly, intentionally slippery’ - Natasha Tripney, The Stage ★★★★

‘It’s terrifically clever, cunningly manipulative, and fun – provided you’re not scared of the dark’ - Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

‘The production is slick. It’s beyond slick; it’s incredible. At one point we walk into a room and it fucking smells different’ - Mary Haltom, Exeunt Magazine

Click here for reviews

Trailer by Susanne Dietz here

The Future Laboratory interview here

The Vile Blog interview here

Commissioned by Cambridge Festival of Ideas, Cambridge Junction and Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival

Funded by Arts Council England and a Wellcome Trust Arts Award

Developed through Fuel’s Jerwood Residencies at Cove Park which are supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation


Conceived and created by Glen Neath and Hannah Ringham with Christopher Brett Bailey & Kazuko Hohki

Wedding is the second presentation by glen and hannah, an ongoing partnership between Glen Neath and Hannah Ringham

Performed by Hannah Ringham, Christopher Brett Bailey & Kazuko Hohki

Directed by Ed Stambollouian

Designed by Glen Neath & Alison Neighbour

Costume design by Alison Neighbour

Sound design by Sarah Weltman

Lighting design by William Adams

Our miracle lies in the path we choose together. And we enter into it knowing that the true magic of love is not to avoid changes, but to invite them into our hearts. Let us commit until death parts us

The big day has arrived. We invite you to join us for Wedding

Work-in-progress demo at Shoreditch Town Hall, London, 23 November 2013

Shoreditch Town Hall, London, 24-29 June 2014

Forest Fringe Edinburgh Festival, Out Of The Blue Drill Hall, Edinburgh, 11 August, 2014

Commissioned and supported by Shoreditch Town Hall. Co-produced by Shoreditch Town Hall and glen & hannah

Click here for trailer by Floro Azqueta


Text by Glen Neath and Neil Bennun

Video design by Suse Dietz

Work-in-progress demo, with Hannah Ringham and Tom Lyall, SPRINT Festival, Camden People’s Theatre, 28,29 March 2014

Unpack is an enquiry into how we construct memory, a demonstration of the tragic effects of living without myth and an increasingly absurd skirting around an unspeakable loss

Two people fight over ownership of their shared history. They pluck their memories from a past that has been relocated into the cloud, where all things, all facts, and all people past, present and future exist simultaneously in time and space


Conceived/directed by David Rosenberg

Written by Glen Neath

Sound by Ben and Max Ringham

Produced by Fuel

You may not know us by name, but we will probably seem familiar. Maybe we have driven you home, engaged you in small talk, smiled at you across a crowded train

We are the reassuring voices in your ear (not the ones in your head - they are your own business)

You are already a valued member of the group and we're thinking about you more and more

Ring is a sound journey in complete darkness and an antidote to choice

The audience wear headphones that amplify the intimate details of the room, transporting you to another room that is very similar to the one that you entered

But in this room you have been recognised

Winner: Best Sound Design, The Off West End Theatre Awards 2014 (The Offies)

BAC, Lavender Hill, London, 11-28 March 2013

The Albany, Canada Water Culture Space at Canada Water Library, 3 April 2013

Brighton Festival at The Basement, 24,25 May 2013

BAC, Lavender Hill, London, 30 July to August 3 2013

Oxford Playhouse, 6,7 August 2013

Edinburgh Fringe Festival at Ace Dome, Pleasance, 19-24 August 2013

The MAC, Belfast, 19,20 September 2013

The Junction, Cambridge, 25 September 2013

Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate, 26 September 2013

The Continental, Preston, 28 September 2013

Pavillion Dance Terrace, Lower Gardens, Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival, 1,2 October 2013

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, 6,7 February 2014

West Yorkshire Playhouse, 28,29 March 2014 7pm

BAC, Lavender Hill, London, 30 September to 11 October 2014

Latitude Festival, Henham Park, Sussex, 18 July 2015

Cast: Simon Kane with Nigel Barrett, Cath Dyson, Louise Ford, Mandy Lawrence, Tom Lyall, Finlay Robertson and Greg Wohead

Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, Cumbria, 3 October 2012

Axis Arts Centre, Crewe, 4 October 2012

Parabola Arts Centre, Cheltenham, 10 October 2012

Bristol Old Vic, 16-20 October 2012

Lighthouse, Poole, 23 October 2012

Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, 31 October & 1 November 2012

Lakeside Theatre, Colchester, 15 November 2012

Tramway, Glasgow, 20,21 November 2012

Cast: Guy Dartnell with Cath Dyson, Louise Ford, Fionn Gill, Mandy Lawrence, Tom Lyall, Brian O’Sullivan and Anthony Shuster

Preview at Unity Theatre, Liverpool, 17,18 February 2012

Work in development shows at Warwick Arts Centre, 2,3 February 2012

Cast: Guy Dartnell with Ian Ashpitel, Gemma Brockis, Fionnuala Dority, Cath Dyson, Tom Espiner, Louise Ford, Dominic Hawksley, Mandy Lawrence, Vic Mosley, Hannah Ringham, Iain Robertson, Nahel Tzegai and Katerina Watson

This is experiential theatre in the true sense of the word, and is a powerful and provocative work … Works like these redefine theatre … I urge you to take part in this unique and innovative work. I guarantee it will be unlike anything you've experienced - Emma Cole, One Stop Arts ★★★★★

This piece is disconcerting, unnerving, intense, captivating, extremely clever, intriguing and unique … I cannot recommend it highly enough, this is an absolute must “see” - Rhiannon Lawson, Whatsonstage ★★★★★

I was left with a deep sense of unease that followed me from the shadows for the rest of the evening. I’m still not entirely clear what happened in that room, but I haven’t been affected by a show as profoundly in a long time - Olivia Solon, Wired

Click here for reviews

Photo and trailer by Susanne Dietz here

Glasgow Tramway audience testimonials here

Interview with David Rosenberg and Glen Neath here

Interview in the Bristol Post here

10 Things I’ve Learned About Ring... by talking to it’s audiences - Maddy Costa here


Funded by Arts Council England