ABOUT TIT4TWAT
Tit4Twat make sweaty interactive theatre and mischief. Formed in 2014 by three Warwick Uni Theatre grads, our shows are populist but anarchic – and aim to:
  • reach & excite people who don’t normally go anywhere near theatres. Particularly, though not exclusively, young working-class adults.
  • quash stigmas around participatory theatre. It shouldn’t be about singling people out or making anyone other than the performers feel ‘picked on’ – nor should it be a marketing tool, cheap gimmick or escapism exclusively for extroverts. At its best: it’s transformative, it forces you to evaluate your own behaviour but also just give yourself over to the moment. That’s what we aim to use it for.
If shows were beverages, ours would be tequila. We aim to make audiences stumble home a little disorientated, a tad queasy, but having had a cracking night. More eloquently, we’re interested in art which exhilirates and destabilises simultaneously. We think it’s the best kind.
We use technology to facilitate and manipulate interaction, and blur lines between theatre, cabaret and live art to ensure you’re never entirely sure what you’re watching.
THE COMPANY

The gay one

Arthur Jones

Likes: Calpol, people who wait for you to get off the tube before getting on and having the most Twitter followers
Dislikes: Kendal mint cake, people who treat chuggers like shit and and tattoos which require more than 6 words to explain

The little one

Rachel Johnson

Likes: Snapchat, Happy Meals and dropping it like it is hot
Dislikes: Height restrictions, leaving voicemails and only being able to wear childrens shoes (size 1 and a half)

The awkward one

Sophie Thompson

Likes: Scottish accents, creamy cocktails and sports bras
Dislikes: Twitter
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The hairy one

Tom Swale

Likes: Rugby, Ribena, Scarlett Johansson and the smell of success
Dislikes: Clowns, speedos and marmite
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The cuddly one

Will Barratt

Likes: Chelsea Football Club, drunken renditions of Les Mis and weeing in Venetian canals
Dislikes: Umbrellas, toilet hand dryers and people describing him as ‘cuddly’
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WE WON'T SPAM. WE MAY BE TWATS BUT WE'RE NOT EVIL.