Look Left Look Right

Look Left Look Right creates intimate, poignant and truthful work, taking inspiration from extraordinary places, people and real-life events to create experiences within a unique theatrical medium. Site-specific and often intimate, audience members play a part in their work as much as the voices of the people they meet, creating theatre across the UK and internationally, engaging with diverse audiences in a variety of settings. Look Left Look Right's ethos is to look left, look right – to listen to as many different viewpoints as possible and to tell honest, powerful stories. The result is engaging and innovative storytelling with a sense of immediacy.

  • Image: You Once Said Yes. Photograph: Martin Richardson
  • Image: You Once Said Yes. Photograph: Martin Richardson


You Once Said Yes

  • Duration:
  • People on road: 5/6 people on the road with a local cast, stage management team, Assistant director.

  • Freight: No freight necessary


You Once Said Yes takes individual audiences on a journey of discovery, forcing them to make real decisions and ultimately face the consequences of their actions head-on. Part theatrical experience, part real life, part city journey. Keep saying yes and the experience might never stop.

You Once Said Yes uses the canvas of a city as it’s backdrop and, as audience members are set off one at a time, they encounter the various characters that inhabit the city.

You Once Said Yes, is rewritten and designed in each new city it goes to with a local cast and crew.

Press Comments & Testimonials

"A group of invaluable pioneers in the world of promenade theatre"

The Telegraph

"Tumbling down a rabbit hole of wonder & surprise, as I bounced from encounter to encounter with a host of characters & places. Every day, this lovely show reminds us, is a series of infinite possibilities, to which we have to remain open." 

Evening Standard

"constantly surprising – even when you think you’ve got the measure of it." 

The Guardian

"LLLR transforms the way you see everything & everyone you encounter - including yourself - long after you leave the premises."

The Telegraph

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Artistic Director(s)

Mimi Poskitt

Contact details

Mimi Poskitt
Artistic Director

The Triangles
Bury St Edmunds
IP31 1RX

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