The OffComm scheme aims to recognise the excellence of many short run shows at OffWestEnd venues.
Shows doing runs of a minimum of 4 performances over a maximum of 2 weeks are eligible for an OffComm. A number of online reviewers and bloggers have agreed to participate in the OffComm scheme and the company needs to invite these reviewers to their show – send an email to email@example.com for details of these reviewers.
If reviewers are able to attend, and they give the show a good review (4-5*), then they also likely to recommend the show for an OffComm. If there are two or more such recommendations, the show will receive an OffComm.
If the pilot is successful, then OffComm will be introduced on a permanent basis from January 2020.
The list of OffComms to date is below:
We Dig / Emma Frankland & Company / Ovalhouse / Oct 2019
Gutted / various venues including Omnibus Theatre / Oct 2019
Maggie & Ted – The Birth of Brexit / White Bear Theatre / Oct 2019
4 Stages / Old Skool Theatre Collective / Bread & Roses / Oct 2019
Tickle / LambCo Productions / King’s Head / Oct 2019
Mission Creep / Controlled Chaos Company / White Bear Theatre / Oct 2019
A Partnership / Paper Mug Theatre / Theatre503 / Oct 2019
Bipolar Me / Popty Ping Productions / Etcetera Theatre / Oct 2019
Museum Pieces / by Jamie Christian / Tristan Bates Theatre / Oct 2019
Karaoke Play / pluck productions / Bunker Theatre / Oct 2019
Old Stock / Wiltons Music Hall / Sept 2019
The Hound of the Baskervilles / 09 Lives / Abney Park / Sept 2019
Eigengrau / Dark Skies Theatre / Waterloo East Theatre / Sept 2019
Macbeth the Musical / Stage Splinters / White Bear Theatre / Sept 2019
At Last / Pro Forca Theatre / The Lion and Unicorn / Sept 2019
Room Service / by Richard Fitchett / Bread & Roses Theatre / Sept 2019
Stripped / Bitter Pill Productions / Kings Head / Sept 2019