Fearless, striking and spirited

5 August 2019

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The homepage of Frantic Assembly's new website, shows a still from their 25th birthday celebrations video. A man in a Frantic t-shirt is visible behind a young girl being held aloft with her arms outstretched and a big grin on her face

We’ve launched a new (birthday) website for the bold, tender, terrified and fearless touring company Frantic Assembly 🎉

The launch is part of their 25th anniversary celebrations, which included a headline slot at Latitude Festival, and an entire weekend takeover of the National Theatre River Stage.

The website is designed to communicate Frantic’s emphasis on empowering others through their work – in particular through their Learn and Train programmes. “It is about telling stories in a voice we don't always hear and about finding talent in places we don't always look.”

“Supercool are a delight; creative, inventive and easy to talk to. From first contact through discovery and build to delivery and aftercare, they are always approachable, professional and on it!”

Kerry Whelan – Executive Director

Whether you happen upon the company doing a workshop at your local boxing gym, or study The Frantic Method at Masters level, Frantic's work is for everyone.

No matter how people find out about the company, many go on to collaborate on productions, take part in training and workshops, and become life-long fans.

Frantic's Productions page show in tablet view, the user interface design for ticket listings, and a mobile view of the Frantic method page

The striking Productions page makes it really easy for people to see what's currently touring, while enticing folks to explore all of Frantic's on-stage work.

The new website also highlights Frantic Assembly’s collaborative ethos.

They commission all kinds of different writers, and were movement directors on the National Theatre’s award-winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Their most recent collaboration is with Kathy Burke, who’s co-directing I Think We Are Alone – coming to a theatre near you in 2020.

Have a browse, and become a Frantic fan:

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