Peut-Etre Theatre

Peut-Etre Theatre

Vision

 To create unforgettable early experiences of contemporary dance-theatre for all children.

Mission

 Peut-Etre Theatre is an award-winning children’s dance theatre company that creates ambitious, accessible, multi-disciplinary performances. We have a collaborative, play based approach to making shows – working with diversely skilled artists and researchers across sectors. We put children at the heart of the process through working with them from research stage through to the final performances.

Through our commitment to artistic excellence, our engagement activities with families, schools and communities, and our expansive touring reach to hospitals and theatres across the UK and internationally, we aim to elevate the sector and lead the industry into a new era of children’s theatre.

History

Led by Artistic Director Daphna Attias, Peut-Être Theatre (PET) has been creating unforgettable early theatrical experiences for young audiences since 2008. Our shows effectively combine the visual, the physical and the musical for the enjoyment and inspiration of children and families. Our work has an idiosyncratic physical style and our mission is to make it accessible to children of all abilities and backgrounds.

PET has produced 9 full-length productions so far, alongside other projects such as R&Ds, workshop series for children and professionals, hospital creative programmes for in & outpatients, hospital residencies, and regular national and international touring.The company’s previous productions include: Tidy Up, Shh…Bang!, Dare to Sea, Clunk ,The Tin Soldier The Little Bird Who Stayed For Winter, Draw Me A Bird, The Bug and the Butterfly & This is a That.

PET has collaborated with and been supported by a diverse variety of partners including: University of Oxford Natural History Museum, The Institute of Sound and Vibration, The Wellcome Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital, The RSPB, Small Wonders, Lighthouse Poole, PASS Circus Channel.

PET has toured to prestigious national venues such as: Royal Albert Hall, South Bank Centre, National Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith, The Roundhouse, The Place, The Egg, Brighton Dome, Polka, The Curve, Arts Depot, Barnsley Civic; and internationally to Singapore, France, Israel, Malta, and China.

“It’s moving to think that this is the first experience of theatre for some in the audience.”
The Stage

“Peut-être Theatre raises the bar of children’s theatre in concept, design, and execution.”
British Theatre Guide

“Proof that children’s theatre can be beautiful and brainy without losing sight of a good old-fashioned story.”
What’s On Stage

London, England