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Pulp Rocket Theatre wants to craft experiences inspired by history. Whether it is the event of a great artist visiting London, a play that fell victim to censorship, or simply a lost Jacobean masterpiece, we believe in the value of reviving stories forgotten to the past; of making the unremembered memorable once again.

Staged in historic sites, our theatre shows can bring life to the most remote voices - drawing from their environment to craft truly magical productions for audiences.

 

We understand that not all storytelling can be live, which is why we also produce and curate digital content for historic venues. Through immersive virtual tours or scenes accessible via smartphone, we can help visitors imagine the lives of people centuries ago.

 

Theatre has a crucial purpose in making stories accessible. Our outreach programmes are more important than ever. Schools can rely on our National Curriculum-tailored or bespoke workshop courses to help their students find success, whilst in sessions to local communities or play readings for care homes, we ensure that opportunities reach those who might struggle to get to a theatre.

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SAM HILL

CO-FOUNDER

JAMES MUSGRAVE

CO-FOUNDER

A LIttle Bit

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Sam trained at LAMDA and graduated in 2018. His previous work includes understudying for Christopher Wren in the West End production of The Mousetrap, K in Franz Kafka’s The Castle at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Casselius in The Smoke Of Home at The Bloomsbury Theatre, and Richard III in Richard III at the York International Shakespeare Festival. He cares deeply about theatre, history and writing, and has loved every minute spent pursuing these passions with Pulp Rocket Theatre.

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James trained at LAMDA and the National Youth Theatre. Some of his notable credits include Tobes in Fresh Meat, Taplow in The Browning Version which was directed by Sir Peter Hall, Tim in Wanderlust by Nick Payne, Young Ben Leeping in Any Human Heart by William Boyd, and Andrew Redford in Silk. He will be appearing in The King's Man which will be released later this year. Having grown up fascinated by all aspects of the theatre, James' role as co-founder of Pulp Rocket Theatre is a dream come true.

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LANDING PAGE VIDEO COURTESY OF LAMPORT HALL & GARDENS

WEBSITE AND GRAPHIC DESIGN BY JAMES CASSIR

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