About 1927

Founded in 2005, 1927 premiered its debut show Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2007, winning a whopping 5 awards. The show was then presented over 2 sell-out London seasons, toured throughout the UK and internationally, being awarded the Peter Brook Empty Space Award for Best Ensemble. 

In 2010, 1927 premiered The Animals and Children took to the Streets at the Sydney Opera House.  The show was presented over 400 times in 80 venues across 28 countries including 3 seasons at the National Theatre London. It also won an OFFIE Award for Best Entertainment.

In 2012, 1927 collaborated with Komische Opera Berlin, to conceive and create a reimagining of The Magic Flute.  Since its Berlin premiere, the show has won 2 Opera World Awards, continues to play in repertoire, and 3 new productions have been mounted thus far at Los Angeles Opera, Deutsche Oper am Rhein and Minnesota Opera. 

1927’s third show - Golem, a 1927 co-production with Salzburg Festival, Théâtre de la Ville Paris & Young Vic Theatre had its world premiere at the Salzburg Festival in August 2014.  

China Tour 2012 – 2019

2019- The Animals and Children Took to the Streets
2015 - Golem
2012 - The Animals and Children Took to the Streets



The Animals and Children Took to the Streets