We are a creative arts and media group conducting theatre workshops and putting on shows all over the world, publishing e-books and creating short films.
Showcases of the work we teach; story adaptations, one-man shows, clowning, musicals, talks and student-driven presentations.
Physical, energetic and challenging, focusing on using the imagination and working together no matter how old you are
We don't stop at shows and workshops. The team are always getting involved with other creative peoples in film, music and site-specific stuff.
We promise we won't send your details out to any third parties. We're nice like that.
No lah-dee-dah - You're not on Broadway. Listen to your fellow performers and get on with it.Click for the Rulebook
We pride ourselves on offering a wide range of projects across theatre, music, art and media platforms. Here's everything that we do...
Choose below from a mixture of shows, workshops, programmes, past projects, books and films. Click a tab for more information.
Professional & passionate, our compact team of experts makes us unique in every sense.
Neil studied Performing Arts at University of Middlesex, London, and, after graduating, set up his own theatre company. For the past twenty years, he has been based in Asia teaching, directing, consulting and performing with all levels of students.
Neil has worked with street children in Calcutta, elementary to college level in India and Japan, International Schools in China, Middle East and SE. Asia, IB students , and drama schools students in the UK.
In 2003, he set up Nose2Nose Ltd with Timothy and Ben Mann. Since then, the company has toured extensively on an annual basis all over Asia at festivals, events, schools and colleges. The latest production, 'SPACE', a one-man show by Timothy Mann, directed by Neil, has been toured from Turkey, Middle East, India and East Asia, as well as festivals in the UK. Neil continues to write short stories and articles on Asia, make short films, and organise new projects all over Asia. He lives there with his wife and dog.
Tim is an actor, writer, musician and video editor. He began working with Neil Farrelly and Nose2Nose in 2006, and has since produced numerous performances and film projects as part of the team. His one-man show 'SPACE', a multi-character comedy-tragedy hinging on lots of audience interaction, is well-travelled across Asian theatres and festivals.
He is also a designer and website developer. He built this website. Tim is also Creative Director of Palm Bridge Productions, a music promotions outfit currently producing the documentary, concert and solo album project for Albert Lee's 70th Birthday Celebration.
A producer, writer and director, Ben has been with N2N since the beginning. As workshop manager, Ben has overseen many projects all over the world, from Europe and the Middle East to India and East Asia.
Ben is a proud member of the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain where he acquired much of his early theatrical experience. Ben has recently spent some time producing theatre in New York City since graduating from the New York Film Academy.
N2N spend a lot of time in Asia., simply because Asia is full of countries wanting to invest in the arts. We've undertaken projects in Japan, Turkey, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, China, Myanmar, Bulgaria and more.
Their dedication and passion to not only drama, but to music, dance and visual arts, can be seen in the subsequent works the student creates. If your Performing Arts department is looking for a jump-start, or if your more dedicated students would like to sharpen their artistic skills, I would highly recommend N2N for your school.
Nose2Nose is about more than drama. It's about breaking barriers, overcoming personal fears and learning to interact peacefully, looking at our differences in a positive light; and I consider it great privilege to have had the chance to participate in this extraordinary workshop.
Exposed our students to an intense, moving and funny piece of theatre that was outside their usual experience. As fun as [SPACE] was to watch, it was even more exciting to see the students in workshops with Tim, walking through the process of developing characters and action.
Physical, energetic and challenging, focusing on sharing ideas and working together through improvisation, ensemble and specliast theatre styles.
We stand by our trademark "NO FAFF" policy - getting up, throwing yourself in and trying something. Our approach encourages you to trust in your voice and follow your instincts, working physically in a team and supporting your fellow performers - and we promise you'll have fun.
Follow your impulses based on what happens around you, respond and react in the moment.
Helping and listening to each other, physically and verbally supporting your fellow performers.
Inventing and imagining someone who isn't you, with a new voice, physicality and personality.
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