Welcome to Oddsocks Productions

Oddsocks Productions is a theatrical experience for everyone. Oddsocks are one of the UKs best-loved touring theatre companies. We are passionate that every person in society has the right to access and enjoy theatre in an entertaining, informative and inclusive environment.

Our door is always open; so whether you want to watch a performance, or support us by becoming a friend, book a performance or simply find out more about us.. you can find out how to make it happen here.

We look forward to welcoming you to the party. 

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Latest News and Blogs

Interview with Andy & Elli Interview with Andy & Elli Here, we have an insightful interview with Andy and Elli. You may recognise the interviewer, Gemma, who played Jim Hawkins in Treasure Island back in 1997 and again in 2012. It is an interesting in-depth, candid chat about the effects of Covid of Oddsocks and the Arts in general. So, grab a cup of tea, have a seat and click the link to tune in! Stay Home Shakespeare Macbeth hits 3000 viewers Stay Home Shakespeare Macbeth hits 3000 viewers Madcap company still raising smiles by the thousand The Scotsman Newspaper Popular theatre company Oddsocks may be unable to tour at the moment, but that’s not stopping it bringing joy to thousands of families. The family-run company’s performance of Macbeth, filmed live from their home, attracted an online audience of more than 3,000 when it aired last month. In response to requests from viewers, Oddsocks has posted the performance on its website and is already planning its next live edited Shakespeare play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, ready for live performance on Friday June 19 at 7pm. … The Comedy of Errors Tour Update The Comedy of Errors Tour Update Hello!  We are currently unable to tour due to the temporary closure of many of our regular venues.  Our summer 2020 production of “ The Comedy of Errors”  was postponed due to Covid-19 crisis.  We are planning on touring the production next summer and we are currently negotiating dates with our venues and keeping up to date with public guidance with regard to health and safety at public events going forward. Our first application to Arts Council England for emergency funds to see us through the crisis was unsuccessful and, undeterred, we have applied aga…

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