On the left, a priest stands in front of a door to the ladies, a man in a trenchcoat stands in front of a door to the gents on the right


Associate Company

Hydrocracker produces what leading theatre critic Michael Billington has called ‘site-specific theatre with a purpose’, creating unique performances in unusual spaces. 

Standout productions include: The New World Order – a chilling promenade of five short plays by Harold Pinter at Brighton Town Hall (Brighton Festival 2007 & 2011); The Erpingham Camp by Joe Orton on Brighton Pier (Brighton Festival 2009); and Shakespeare a la Carte in Pizza Express (Brighton Festival 2010).