intercultural dialogues

in theatrical forms

Forthcoming Dates

January 30, Gulbenkian Theatre Canterbury

February 1, Aberystwyth Arts Centre

February 16, Theatre Royal York

more 2019 dates announced soon

We are Two Destination Language, and we're...

curious

whether it's neighbours, someone down the road or someone on the other side of the world, there's lots to learn about ourselves from understanding others.

no two of us are alike, and exploring the differences reveals how we see ourselves.

accessible

nothing is for absolutely everybody, but we believe enjoying good art shouldn't require you to study, so we make and share work that connects to everyday life

We aim to provide additional support, such as BSL, for at least 50% of our touring performances.

award winning

the quality of our work is recognised in lots of ways - by audiences, programmers and critics - but it means a lot to win peer-led recognition like Near Gone's Total Theatre Award for Innovation, Experimentation and Playing with Form

artist-led

as a charity which supports artists to make great work, it makes sense that we're led by artists.

Alister and Kat are the directors of Two Destination Language, working with a great board of trustees

international

we're based in Britain, but what we do is inspired by the full range of places we visit, make work and share shows with audiences

innovative

our work draws on theatre, live art, dance, music and fine art to create dynamic, visually stimulating experiences

we believe this kind of interdisciplinary work is the future of live performance

collaborative

our work is made with a fantastic range of artists

we've presented the work of brilliant artists in our FLINT events

our work with people in their own places is about highlighting their value to their community