Spaniel In The Works Theatre Company was formed in 2002, by a group of performers/writers with a wealth of experience in different areas of theatre.
The aim of the Spaniels is to attract an audience who would not regularly go to the theatre, bringing quality theatrical entertainment to as wide an audience as possible.
During the following years we have created a vast range of performances working in partnership with a range of venues and organisations. These have included highly acclaimed performances for the Olympics celebrations.
We adapt our style according to the material and the audience and have created shows ranging from lively family comedies to political dramas and historical performances.
With a strong background in museum theatre, Spaniel In The Works have worked for a number of museums including the Victoria and Albert Museum, National Portrait Gallery, The Wallace Collection, Bank of England Museum, Apsley House, Stroud Museum In The Park, the Jenner Museum and Gloucester Archives.
Since 2003, Spaniel In The Works has developed a unique training style, creating day long performance based events to train professionals from social services, health care, the police and youth offending teams.