We’re really pleased to announce that we’ll be wearing our pink balaclavas and putting on the big blue coats ON THE SAME NIGHT for a very special double bill at The Spring in Havant!

We hope you can join us for a rare chance to see these companion shows in context and for a post-show conversation afterwards.


“I am delighted that Proto-type are bringing both these shows to The Spring. We’re the only venue to present the double bill in the south and it’s the last chance to catch both before the company move on to their next project. The quality of these performances is second to none and I challenge everyone to see them – it will open your eyes to the truths that you’ve been ignoring.”

Sophie Fullerlove, Director of The Spring

We’re incredibly excited at the challenge of running both #AMTSB and #TheAudit back-to-back, and want to thank Sophie and all the team at The Spring for programming this night of “hard-hitting, important theatre “

A Machine they’re Secretly Building

**** “This smartly intelligent hour-long whizz through the world of surveillance, and the way governments legitimise spying on their citizens, makes you question what we mean by a terrorist and where the real threat lies… This is coolly reasoned theatre, produced by Proto-type Theater with stylish aplomb.” – Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

The Audit (or Iceland, a modern myth) 

“They are not holding back in the slightest. They are out to expose: inequality, corruption, injustice, greed, borrowing, dishonesty, market manipulation, insider trading, fraud, tax evasion, and the frustration, anxiety, and uncertainty of the public. They can and they will name and shame.” – The Reviews Hub

We are very grateful to Arts Council England for these shows possible, alongside our original commissioning partners Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Tramway, Warwick Arts Centre, ARC (Stockton), Oxford Playhouse, Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University, artsdepot, Britten Pears Foundation, and hÅb/Word of Warning.