Promoters + Partners

Quarantine collaborates with a wide range of UK and international promoters – venues, festivals, consortiums – and other cultural and non-cultural partners to make and deliver theatre, performance and other public events.


Promoters Area

The projects and performances below are available for UK and international presentation.  

No such thing (event version)

No such thing
(concept-touring version)

Building of spines



Some of the partners we’ve worked with….

These partnerships not only provide vital material support – money, space, people – to help us realise our work through co-production and presentation, but are also of course the source of dialogue, inspiration and advocacy that help us be part of local and global conversations about art and its place in the world….

Arrow Factory, Beijing
Arts House, Melbourne
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Brighton
Auawirleben Festival, Bern
BAC, London
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead
Brighton Festival
Cambridge Junction
Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art, Manchester
Contact, Manchester
Dublin Theatre Festival
Factory International, Manchester
Festival de Otoño a Primavera, Madrid
Fierce, Birmingham
Gothenburg Dance and Theatre Festival
Great Places Housing Association
HAU, Berlin
Hellerau, Dresden
HOME, Manchester
Inbetweentime, Bristol
Islington Mill, Salford
Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Brussels
Lancaster Arts
Maillon, Strasbourg
MITsp festival, São Paulo
Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival, Groningen
NXTSTP European Network
Onassis Stegi, Athens
PuSh Festival, Vancouver
Ringlokschuppen, Mülheim
Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
Ruhrfestspiele, Recklinghausen
Sadler’s Wells, London
SPRING Festival, Utrecht
Take Me Somewhere, Glasgow
Tate Modern, London
Teatro Municipal do Porto
Tramway, Glasgow
Transform, Leeds
Vitlyke Performing Arts Centre
Zurich Theater Spektakel

For further information about any of our work, please contact Richard Gregory, Artistic Director via