... like a soothing antidote to urban life, with
an underlying possible message that human communication comes down to
what is naked to the eye, and needs no words." -
Fringe Report , August 2008
– Langue Theatre has always been a theatre of movement, theatre in
flux. True to this, we have been going through some changes.
Writer/performer and artistic director Nydia Hetherington has
moved from Paris to London and onto new horizons. This site covers her
work with the company from its founding.
Theatre explored the fantastical side of quotidian worlds through
movement, mask, new writing and
was used to create the characters and environment's that would normally
only inhabit our dreams and the deepest recesses of our imagination.
was a theatre which looked at the beauty of the
grotesque: the grotesque in our everyday human lives.
originally founded to explore the themes of Christina
Rosetti's The Goblin Market'. After this
first production Nydia continued as artistic director to
the company's journey and experiments in theatre.
Head-Langue Theatre had a very
basic philosophy :
to discover and to