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Eleanor Fogg

I'm a performance maker, director and producer.

I'm a member of Interval artist collective.

Recent work includes:

Desperately Seeking Susan (in development, supported by Bristol Ferment)

Come here often? by wait and see (Ausform Platform)

Director, BENCH by Greg Shewring (The Wardrobe Theatre, Mayfest Off the Peg season)

Lonesome by wait and see (shown at The Wardrobe Theatre, BLOP at Arnolfini, The Looking Glass and Sprint at Camden People's Theatre)

I also work as an assistant and staff director.  Credits include Handel's Messiah (dir. Tom Morris, Bristol Old Vic); Faith Healer (Bristol Old Vic and Hong Kong International Festival) and The Acid Test (Royal Court), both directed by Simon Godwin.

Key Projects

One Day I Said No

An outdoor promenade performance commissioned for Festival of Desperation 2010. Director: Eleanor Fogg, performer: Chris Collier.

So Lonesome I Could Cry

A site-specific performance involving 22 performers on a train journey, commissioned for Festival of Desperation 2010.


Lonesome is about that weird feeling you get when you’re on your own in public. We invite you to sit and wait with us, to wander around with us, and maybe even to make the most of an encounter with a stranger… Lonesome is an audio experience created by wait and see. It has been shown at The Wardrobe Theatre, BLOP at Arnolfini, The Looking Glass and Sprint at Camden People's Theatre.

Violet by Penny Gunter

Two interlinking monologues centre around teenage Dean and middle-aged Vi’s meteorological obsession as a storm builds outside. A piece of new writing by Penny Gunter, directed by Eleanor Fogg for a scratch performance at The Wardrobe Dec 2011. Cast: Violet - Jasmine Darke Dean - Jo Thobero

BENCH by Greg Shewring

New writing with original sound design and an ensemble cast of 6 which debuted at The Wardrobe Theatre as part of the Mayfest 2012 Off the Peg season.

Away With the Fairies by Gill Kirk

A new play performed by Broohas Theatre Company at the Alma Tavern.