Piu Triangle


Più: from the musical term meaning more.

Più aims to make theatre that gives a fair and honest voice to those on the fringes of society, using music as a means to explore ideas.

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broken windows stage and set

Broken Windows

Here come the girls; sisters, head girls, lonely hearts and future rockstars. Some of them have their paths planned for life, others don’t know what they’re doing at the weekend. All of them are free for a chat if you’d care to listen in…

Based on verbatim interviews with teenagers from across the UK and set to song, Broken Windows is an exploration into what it means to be young and female today.

Broken Windows is currently in development and will debut at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2015.


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who we are


Caitlin Ince



Caitlin Ince is an actress and writer who studied at The University of Warwick and The Oxford School of Drama. Since graduating she has worked extensively in theatre, most recently as an actress and deviser with FellSwoop Theatre, The Molino Group and Curious Directive. Her writing has been performed at The Old Red Lion, The New Diorama, Ovalhouse, and Warwick Arts Centre.

Matthew White



Matthew White is an award winning musician based in Cardiff, who started playing the Piano and various Brass instruments at the age of 5. By 18 he had been awarded a scholarship to study at the Royal Northern College of Music, where he gained a First Class Honours Degree. It was during this time that he won the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Young Soloist of the Year Award. He has performed as a soloist at many of the UK’s leading concert venues including the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, St David’s Hall, Cardiff, Symphony Hall, Birmingham and the Royal Festival Hall, London.

Hannah Tookey



Hannah Tookey is a freelance producer who has worked on West end shows, UK and International tours to France and Morocco, as well as fringe theatre and numerous seasons at the Edinburgh Festival. Since finishing her degree at The University of Warwick, she has trained on the Stage One New Producer’s Workshop, and undertaken City Lit’s Arts Administration courses as well as ACCA’s Diploma in Accounting and Business. Hannah has worked with Warwick Arts Centre, The Royal Shakespare Company and Many Rivers Productions, amongst others.


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