More about our work

If you want to learn more about Forced Entertainment for study, work or simple curiosity then take a tour around the website:

Browse this About Us section for a brief introduction to Forced Entertainment.

For details of particular performances visit the Projects section.


Need more detail?
If you are looking for more detailed information about the aesthetic of our work, the making process, the management, funding and marketing of the company, please download our free Information Pack.

To find out what other people have said about the company and its work read some articles and interviews about us.


The Shop
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for more in-depth information, where you can find resources including the Research Pack - full of articles and project notes about many of our performances - and the Making Performance DVD which gives a glimpse of Forced Entertainment’s creative process, see a taster here.

You might also want to take a look at Not Even a Game Any More, a book of essays on the company’s work, and at Certain Fragments, Artistic Director Tim Etchells’ collection of writing on Forced Entertainment and contemporary performance. You can also find DVDs and texts which document the majority of Forced Entertainment's theatre performances.


Delving deeper
For researchers keen to immerse themselves in all things Forced Entertainment including videos of complete shows, work-in-progress showings and many hours of rehearsal footage, you can visit the Forced Entertainment Collection at the British Library.

Select this link for a list of further reading options.


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