New Storytelling with Immersive Technologies
Pilot Theatre present the world stage premiere of
Pilot Theatre and Derby Theatre present
a Pilot Theatre and York Theatre Royal coproduction by special arrangement with STUDIOCANAL
Co-commissioned by The Lowry for Week 53
Traitor is a two-player interactive high stakes thriller, combining VR with live action.
Pilot Theatre and York Dance Space
A co-production between Pilot and Teatret Vårt
Digital Opportunities for Young People in Theatre
co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union
Adapted for the stage by Lee Mattinson from the novel by Jonathan Tulloch Directed by Katie Posner
Tamasha and Coventry Belgrade in association with Pilot present
By Satinder Chohan
Directed by Katie Posner
York Theatre Royal and Pilot Theatre's large-scale community production
Pilot Theatre and York Theatre Royal present
Adapted for the stage by Neil Duffield
Music by John Foxx and Benge
Directed by Juliet Forster
a heritage walk through York, for all ages
Continuing Pilot's history of International work, Boomerang is one of 12 successful projects being run by the European Commission under their Cooperation project with Third Countries - European Culture Funding Stream.
by Emteaz Hussain
in association with ATYP and University of York present #PilotOutsiders
written by Juliana Mensah, directed by Katie Posner
in association with York Museums Trust present
A thrilling story about lost friendship. memory and what it means to be courageous.
Adapted and Directed by our Artistic Director Marcus Romer and Kit Monkman, from the novel by Anthony McGowan.
Arts Council England funded project commissioned by Cambridge City Council, devised by Pilot and Historyworks to mark the Tour de France's visit to Cambridge on 7th July 2014.
A play about runaways, identity and survival - 2013
An epic journey through the streets of York - 2013
Pilot Theatre has been running Shift Happens Conferences in partnership with Arts Council England since 2008
Why, for whom and for what is he running?
Ever wish you could write a letter to your future self?
October – November 2011
11th May – 18th June 2011
A vibrant production of Shakespeare's timeless tale - 2011
20th October – 3rd December 2011
29th October – 3rd April 2010
11th June – 14th August 2010
13th May – 11th June 2010
Award Winning Production 2009
10th – 28th November 2008
24th November 2007 – 9th August 2008
28th November 2006 – 7th January 2007