GALLERY

Barricade Arts are proud to work with a variety of talented designers and performers to create unique shows with striking visuals. Whilst it can never be the same as in the flesh, we appreciate that pictures speak far louder than any description we can give. Have a browse of our gallery and see what we're all about.

Mercury Fur
Mercury Fur

Naz (Beth Evans) and Darren (Mia Smith) share a touching moment of intimacy.

The Happy Sads
The Happy Sads

Frontman Vaunce Day shows off Natasha Beharrell's impressive makeup design.

Tender Napalm
Tender Napalm

Hannah Marsters as Woman and James Walsh as Man

Marat Sade
Marat Sade

Amelia Coen as Simonne (left) and Joseph Stephenson as Marat (right).

A Clockwork Orange
A Clockwork Orange

Gerard Krasnopolski as Alex

Marat Sade
Marat Sade

Joseph Stephenson as Marat.

The Happy Sads
The Happy Sads

Music meets performance art during the song 'Touch Me'.

Mercury Fur
Mercury Fur

Alice Boyd as Party Piece. Photo by Dan Cunniffe.

Vaunce
Vaunce

Backstage at the Aeronaut

Mercury Fur
Mercury Fur

"Lynch brought humanity to a character who could otherwise have been a cardboard cutout of a sociopath, while Smith played both innocence and sadism all in her stride." - The Oxford Student

Marat Sade
Marat Sade

Elizabeth Mobed as Sade (left) and Joseph Stephenson as Marat (right).

A Clockwork Orange
A Clockwork Orange

Graphic by Ella Baron

Marat Sade
Marat Sade

The Coulmier (Finlay Stroud) is assaulted by inmates of the Charenton Asylum.

A Clockwork Orange
A Clockwork Orange

Branom (Georgie Murphy) oversees Alex's (Gerard Krasnopolski) 'Ludovico Technique' treatment.

The Happy Sads
The Happy Sads

Vaunce Day's guitar theatrics.

Mercury Fur
Mercury Fur

The Duchess (Sophia Rolt) sings a song to her imaginary audience.

Marat Sade
Marat Sade

The inmates take their bows in the curtain call.

The Happy Sads
The Happy Sads

Manager Jonny Danciger talks to bassist Sam Koh before the O2 Islington show.

Mercury Fur
Mercury Fur

"So often it seems that directors take the easy route and simply cast according to gender binary. Danciger clearly revisualised parts to make them about the person, rather than the assigned gender, and evidently to an excellent end." - The Oxford Student

Marat Sade
Marat Sade

Emily Albery as Charlotte Corday.