Kursk photograph by Keith Pattison

Going Dark returns to the Young Vic from 4 - 22 December 2012

After receiving 4 and 5 star reviews in March, Going Dark returns to the Young Vic for a three week run from 4 December:

“a one-man show that casts us both far out into the heavens and deep into human head-space…Sound & Fury are going boldly where few companies have gone before”

The Telegraph *****

Buy tickets here.

There will be a free post-show discussion with Sound&Fury directly after the performance on Tuesday 18 December.

Captioned Performance: Saturday 15 December, 2pm

Audio Described Performance: Saturday 22 December, 2pm

Sound&Fury's Kursk film has been extended on The Space

Kursk, a Fuel film, written by Bryony Lavery and Sound&Fury and directed by Amanda Boyle has been extended until Spring 2013 on The Space. Watch it here.

Kursk the film is now live on The Space

Sound&Fury's Kursk, a Fuel film, written by Bryony Lavery and Sound&Fury and directed by Amanda Boyle is now live on The Space, the digital arts service from the BBC and Arts Council England. There are also some accompanying podcasts, made by the cast and creative team, also on The Space. Watch it here.

Kursk has been selected to be part of the BBC/The Space initiative

We have been commissioned to create a filmed version of Kursk as well as a documentary. Find out more here.

Going Dark will be part of the Caravan Showcase 2012 as part of Brighton Festival on 15 May 2012

Caravan celebrates the best new theatre being made across England and champions the ways artists are reinventing the relationship of audience to maker and creating work that is both local and international. This three day showcase presents a curated programme of work within Brighton Festival every two years. Going Dark will be shown to a host of 60 delegates from across the world on 15 May 2012.

Going Dark embarks on a national tour from 27 October 2011

Going Dark embarked on its first week of rehearsals this week before its autumn tour vhich starts at Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry on 27 October 2011.

We are delighted that Hattie Naylor is collaborating with us as the writer on this project. This follows on from a successful period of research and development at the Roundhouse.

Dan Jones wins two awards for his score for Channel 4's Any Human Heart

Dan Jones was awarded a Bafta for Best Television Music and an Ivor Novello for Best Television Soundtrack for Channel 4's Any Human Heart.

He was also nominated for a Prime Time Emmy for Best Music Composition for a Miniseries and Outstanding Main Title Music!

Kursk at Sydney Opera House

Kursk played at the studio space at Sydney Opera House from 6-16 October 2011 to sell out audiences! This follows from the hugely successful UK tour in 2010.

"Kursk is an enthralling and deeply fascinating glimpse into a way of life and lives that puts the audience in the David Attenborough seat." Stagenoise

Read the interview that Dan Jones and performer Ian Ashpitel did with the Australian Telegraph.

Dan Jones and Kursk pick up the special jury prize at the Prague Quadrennial Awards 2011

Dan Jones has been awarded the Prague Quadrennial Special Jury Prize for Excellence in Sound Design representing the UK in 2011 for his sound design on Kursk.


Ether Frolics photo by Sheila Burnett. Kursk photo by Keith Pattison.