Aspen Pattinson


"The One" by Vicky Jones

Wednesday 01 November - Thursday 02 November 2017

A vivaciously funny, sexy, bleak and angry play by Vicky Jones about a couple trapped in a cycle of love and lust. S...

Position: Stage Manager

"Our Country's Good" by Timberlake Wertenbaker

Monday 26 February - Saturday 03 March 2018

‘Theatre is an expression of civilisation’ Set in Botany Bay in 1789, Our Country’s Good tells the true story of the...

Position: Production Manager

"Freshers'/Welcome Week 2018" by N/A

Monday 10 September - Sunday 16 September 2018


Position: Money

"Bedfest 2019" by N/A

Monday 21 January - Saturday 26 January 2019

Between the 21st and 26th of January Bedlam will come alive with a huge variety of shows, workshops and one-off events.

Position: Creative / Business

"Chagos 1971" by Nathaniel Brimmer-Beller

Friday 25 January 2019

The Thick of It meets imperial history. And, believe it or not, a true story. You won’t believe your eyes. In a Parli...

Position: Producer

"Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties" by Jen Silverman

Wednesday 30 January 2019

An absurdist comedy following five women, all named Betty on their pursuit for happiness in the face of unbearable loneliness.

Position: Stage Manager

"When The Rain Stops Falling" by Andrew Bovell

Wednesday 06 February - Saturday 09 February 2019

Following four generations of two families as they unearth dark and fundamental secrets that threaten their sense of identity, family and unity.

Position: Stage Manager

"Yerma " by Federico García Lorca

Wednesday 13 March - Saturday 16 March 2019

In this bold new multi-sensory adaptation, Lorca’s 1934 age-old themes will be rendered contemporary, as the play follows a young woman driven to the unthinkable by her desperate longing to conceive a child.

Position: Stage Manager

"White" by James ljames

Saturday 23 March - Monday 25 March 2019

The EUTC presents the UK premiere of WHITE, a critically acclaimed and bracingly funny play by Philadelphia playwright James Ijames. The play tackles race, gender, and the place of art in an absurdly divided society

Position: Producer