#TTF4

We encourage creative support between performers and provide networking opportunities. All of our pieces are handpicked from a variety of promising new artists with fresh and dynamic ideas.

Where and When?

Take the Floor is at Chelsea Theatre on 4th June 2017.

Doors open at 6pm, at which time we have an exhibition of work from visual artists. Live music is played in the bar throughout the night.

Performances start at 7pm.

Submissions

Download Submission Form

Want to apply for Take the Floor?

Whether you’re putting on part of a play, a dance, a mime or anything else creative, we want to hear from you. We encourage applications from actors, directors, writers, producers, theatre companies, dancers, mime artists, stand up artists, one person shows and more… We also accept 10 minute short films. As we read every idea and meet all of our shortlisted applicants, we get to know the kind of work you want to do. At Take the Floor, we aim to creatively matchmake individuals and groups who are on similar, or complementary paths. In this way, we strive to support collaboration in new work and new writing. We also welcome applications from singer­-songwriters and visual artists who will play or display their newest work in the bar area into the night.

To apply, download our application form and send it through to us at submissions@mondayclub.co.uk

Take the Floor

at the

Chelsea Theatre

Take the Floor is an exciting scratch night, hosted by Monday Club at The Chelsea Theatre. The night promotes new work within all forms of theatre and forges connections for collaboration between these varying mediums.

Sunday 4th June

6pm

Take the Floor

at the

Chelsea Theatre

Sunday 4th June

6pm

Take the Floor is an exciting scratch night, hosted by Monday Club at The Chelsea Theatre. The night promotes new work within all forms of theatre and forges connections for collaboration between these varying mediums.

We encourage creative support between performers and provide networking opportunities. All of our pieces are handpicked from a variety of promising new artists with fresh and dynamic ideas.

#TTF4

Where and When?

Take the Floor is at Chelsea Theatre on 4th June 2017.

Doors open at 6pm, at which time we have an exhibition of work from visual artists. Live music is played in the bar throughout the night.

Performances start at 7pm.

Submissions

Download Submission Form

Want to apply for Take the Floor?

Whether you’re putting on part of a play, a dance, a mime or anything else creative, we want to hear from you. We encourage applications from actors, directors, writers, producers, theatre companies, dancers, mime artists, stand up artists, one person shows and more… We also accept 10 minute short films. As we read every idea and meet all of our shortlisted applicants, we get to know the kind of work you want to do. At Take the Floor, we aim to creatively matchmake individuals and groups who are on similar, or complementary paths. In this way, we strive to support collaboration in new work and new writing. We also welcome applications from singer­-songwriters and visual artists who will play or display their newest work in the bar area into the night.

To apply, download our application form and send it through to us at submissions@mondayclub.co.uk

Previous Work

Solstice by Aisha Naamani, Giorgia Pirozzi and Jamie Simpson, Clown Sex by Natasha Sutton Williams, I Don’t Think by Tom Cox, Madonna & Child by Lamorna Ash, On Attend by Dimitri Sterkens, The Sleeper by Henry C Krempels, If My Heart Were A Camera by Dan Horrigan, This is Not Culturally Significant by Adam Scott RowleyPeter Pan and Rufio by Nathan Wright, Organ Donor by Emily HoneyLoren O’Brien: Okie Dokie by Loren O’Brien, After Hours by James HarknessI Think I am a Dancer by Fraser Buchanan, In Confidence by Dorothy Cotter, AmoreInTheNight / The (re)discovery of the self by Luca Braccia, Girl Vs Dating by Laura Dean, CONTROL by N.G. Bristow, Ten Minutes with Muriel Might Be Eight Minutes Too Much by Muriel Comedy, The Perfect Gentleman by Luke Rollason, After Before by Robyn Hoedemaker

Art Exhibited by Abigail Moffat, Aisha Fabienne Ross, Alexandre Gondim, Klaus Pinter

Music from Billy Boguard, Frank Hamilton, Tom Cox, Johannes Sahmland-Bowling and Lucas Raschke