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Lost Watch are a multi-award winning theatre company formed in 2013 by Rianna Dearden, Olivia Hirst and Agnes Wild. We create new theatre derived from honest and gripping stories. We collaborate with multi-skilled performers to create and entertain. We are greedy for theatre... and we don't see why we shouldn't be.

 

WINNERS of the NSDF Emerging Artist Award 2013

WINNERS of the NSDF Emerging Artist Award 2014

 

New Diorama Theatre EMERGING COMPANY 2015

 

ASSOCIATE ARTISTS at Greenwich Theatre since 2016

 

Lost Watch met and trained together for three years on Uri Roodner's BA Acting and Contemporary Theatre course and have collaborated on a number of productions. As well as constantly developing new work, Lost Watch also offer theatre workshops for young people with an interest in contemporary theatre, devising and music within theatre.

 

 

 

 

 

"Goodness, it's the kind of work I come to the fringe to see!"

Lyn Gardner,

The Guardian

 

 

"A true creative force"

A Younger Theatre

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three faces...

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Rianna Dearden

From the Shepperton banks of the Thames, Rianna knows a lot about steam boats and always wanted to be an architect. Now, she is a fearless actor, producer, writer and graphic designer. She is yet to build a house, but does know how to throw a rope. Incidentally, Rianna is the only member of Lost Watch who understands basic spelling and grammar.

Agnes Wild

Based in deepest darkest Iceland, where less than 100 years ago people lived in caves. She doesn’t live in a cave, but braved the volcanoes and glaciers to bring her heathen ways to England. An inspired director, actor, writer and tech designer, Agnes is also a champion drag artist and published Poet.

Olivia Hirst

From Pontefract, West Yorkshire, Olivia understands the basic functions of coal fired power stations and is a writer and actor. Olivia, like all good Northerners, has managed to get herself into a few scrapes, which all come in handy in terms of inspiration for theatrical work.

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