Time Won’t Wait co-creates extraordinary artistic projects with all kinds of people and organisations. Our work can be seen on major stages, at festivals, in schools, businesses, prisons, nightclubs or community settings. Whatever the production we bring artists and audiences together to enjoy a unique experience they will never forget.
We engage with the total process of making and producing new work; from ideas generation, to writing or devising scripts, bringing together exciting multi-disciplinary teams, visioning, planning, fundraising, partnership development, overseeing marketing, PR and general management.
We present and tour our work nationally and internationally. Feel free to get in touch.
FOUNDER & ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Sarah has over 15 years experience in talent development, creative producing, directing, coaching and training. She works as Consultant and Producer with Avant Garde Dance Company, produced Punchdrunk's latest immersive 5 hour experience Kaberiroi, and has held roles including Participation Producer at the Southbank Centre, Head of Creative Development at Contact and Relationship Manager at Arts Council England. For more information click, connect or follow.
Yinka is on a mission to inspire new audiences. He produced Oliva Tweest – An Afrobeats musical, in the west end’s Lyric Theatre, filling a culture-gap in theatre, encouraging people with a love for Afrobeats music and culture to see a show. Over the last six years, he has been creating, developing and producing theatre, concerts and live entertainment all over the UK and has joined TWW to take Custody on tour. follow.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Urban trained in Acting at Central School of Speech and Drama. His first play Custody was presented at Oval House in London to wide critical acclaim. He is making a documentary about Black Gay masculinity for the BFI and is working as an Artist in Residence at TWW developing his practice as a producer, performance artist and creator of new work. He is mentored by Lemn Sissay. follow.
Alex trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in Theatre Practice, Stage Management. She works across theatre, festivals, opera and events in tour booking, co-ordination and stage management roles. She has worked with Selladoor Worldwide, Sonia Friedman Productions, Royal Albert Hall, Louder Lounge/V Festival (ITCH Agency Ltd) and East End Film Festival. She has been with TWW for 3 years. follow
Malakaï is a 19 year old writer, producer and director who works within theatre to promote inclusivity within the performing arts sector. He is an alumni of the Barbican Young Poets collective, and currently co-runs poetry movement Veranda. Malakaï is Co-Executive Director of theatre company The S+K Project. He also sits on the Board of London International Festival Theatre. For more information click or follow.
Victoria trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is a creative producer and maker specialising in dance & experiential theatre, designs websites and marketing materials. Victoria has worked with Punchdrunk for 5+ years and also works with Darkfield & Pell Ensemble. For more information click or follow or head to instagram.
Time Won’t Wait has produced and toured shows to venues and festivals including:
The Arcola Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, Laban Theatre, The National Theatre, The Place, The Roundhouse, The Royal Court, Theatre Royal Stratford-East - London, Brighton International Festival, Bristol Harbourside Regatta, Brits off Broadway Festival, New York.
Canterbury Festival, Colchester Arts Centre, Contact Theatre - Manchester, Corn Exchange - Newbury.
Dance East, New Wolsey Theatre - Ipswich, Mac - Birmingham, Mint Fest - Cumbria.
Norfolk and Norwich International Festival. SO Festival - Skegness. The Arc, Stockton International Festival - Stockton, The Civic Theatre - Barnsley,
The Junction, Cambridge. The Pleasance, Zoo venues, Traverse Theatre - Edinburgh Festival.