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Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Weird Sisters Theatre Company.
Weird Sisters produce theatre that takes risks, asks difficult questions and provides strong and interesting roles for women.
We are committed to innovative and unusual drama that embraces the way the art form is evolving.

Praise for Weird Sisters


"An incredible performance, one filled with intellectual humour and an inside look into the making of the arts."

"An amazing, thought provoking evening. Go and see it."

"Wonderfully absurd theatre."

"Gripping. Intriguing. Captivating."

"A challenging play performed by the Weird Sisters, who certainly rose to the challenge ... Sisters doing for themselves and succeeding in doing for me too!"

"Had me hooked from start to finish. 3 great actors and fantastic performers....things are definitely "looking up" for the Weird Sisters."

"Vital, brilliantly paced ensemble piece. Stimulating and unpredictable."

"Very well acted. Fantastic set. Great production."

"Onwards and upwards Weird Sisters - brilliant acting, so believable - loved it."

"Bloody marvellous. Gert lush!"

"Great characterisation and fun to watch."

Click here for reviews and critical reaction to Fewer Emergencies.

About Us

The story of the three.
  • Spring 2014

    We Begin

    We begin our journey over coffee. Lots and lots of coffee.

  • Summer 2014

    We Read

    We research... coffee and plays, plays and coffees... we research.

  • Winter 2014

    We Rehearse

    We're in rehearsals for our first play, "Fewer Emergencies" by Martin Crimp.

  • February 2015

    We Perform

    Our first performance in Guildford, a sellout!. Read the review

  • May 2015 - August 2015

    On the road

    We take Fewer Emergencies to Brighton, Guildford and Camden fringe festivals.

  • January 2016

    New Year, New Play

    We rehearse our second play, Airswimming by Charlotte Jones. We're performing in Brighton, Edinburgh and Guildford later this year. More details to follow...


Our Team

Tanya
The funny one who likes nothing more than a filthy innuendo
Alison
The funky one with a serious coffee addiction
Steph
The brainy one who cracks the directorial whip