Meet By Jove: Wendy Haines

In this interview series, you can get to know the people who make up By Jove Theatre Company. Check back every four weeks to meet another company member! Name: Wendy Haines Joined By Jove: Summer o’ 2012 By Jove role: Literary Manager, Administrator, general organizer of practical stuff. I often stage manage and run technical rehearsals. I’ve written two plays… Read more →

By Jove Book Club: The Good Immigrant, edited by Nikesh Shukla

Though I read this book much earlier this year (and indeed, it was released in 2016), it’s stuck with me over the last few months. I picked it up in my continuing search to broaden my knowledge of other people’s experiences, particularly people of colour; I was wary of being labelled a white feminist, and willing and hopeful to learn.… Read more →

Feature: ‘Medea’ Production Photos by Alexandra Tilling

Our production of Medea was a resounding success, well-received by audiences and critics, and a fitting finale to our Season of Violent Women. The production may be over, but you can relive the horror and heartbreak through these gorgeous production stills by our company photographer, Alexandra Tilling. Alexandra is an extremely talented wedding and events photographer, and we’re always blown away… Read more →

This week: Medea at the Gallery on the Corner!

The wait is over! On Wednesday, the last instalment in our Season of Violent Women opens at the Gallery on the Corner in Tooting Bec for an exclusive four-day run, including a £5 preview at 2pm on Wednesday and a Saturday matinée. Medea is a fitting finale to the season – her controversial story has been the mythic template for monstrous… Read more →

By Jove Blog – Rebooted!

Hi readers! I’m Chrissie, By Jove’s Research and Education Co-ordinator, and now, your friendly neighbourhood blog editor – you might know me from our recent semi-academic article series SPARAGMOS accompanying our Season of Violent Women. I’m taking over the running of the blog to give our writers more time to work on their creative endeavours – but don’t worry, the… Read more →