Our History

March 2012 – Fragility is officially formed by James Grice and Andrew Silverwood whilst at Rose Bruford College in Sidcup.
May 2012 – The duo, joined by Bethan Screen, premier In Conversation in the Barn Theatre, Sidcup.
June 1st 2013 – The partnership premier My First Ten Sexual Failures and Other Stories About Growing Up, their first one-man show, at Prague Fringe and the run completely sells out
June 2012 – London Premier of My First Ten Sexual Failures and Other Stories About Growing Up as part of the Rose Tinted Festival.
July 2012 – Flying South premiers at Lounge on the Farm Music Festival. The piece goes on to tour site responsive locations from nightclubs to libraries.
November 2012 – The launch of the Learn education programme sees the partnership offering workshops to accompany the tour of In Conversation.
May 2013 – Premier of How to Escape From Disney Land and Passeistes at Prague Fringe.
July 2013 - Jasmine Macintosh becomes our third partner after we encourage Bethan Screen and Clare Walters to focus on their BA (Hons.) and MA degrees.
August 2013My First Ten Sexual Failures and Other Stories About Growing Up performs to a sell out crowd at STOFF Stockholm Fringe Festival.
October 2013 – My First Ten Sexual Failures and Other Stories About Growing Up double bills with Passeistes as part of Love and Stuff at Volcano 229 High Street Swansea, Wales, our forth country in a year.
March 2014 - My First Ten Sexual Failures and Other Stories About Growing Up double bills with GameShow to form Birthday Suit Party at Lantern Theatre, Liverpool. This is also the premier of GameShow.
August 2014 - GameShow wins the Expect the Unexpected Award at STOFF - Stockholm Fringe Festival.
July 2015 - One Day. One Date takes us in to new territory when we launch our first iPhone App based, location sensitive Audio Play