About 412 Productions

412 Productions is Philip Stokes and Ella Daley.
Together they create Performance That Moves.

412 use words and movement to make shows about humans. They use minds and bodies to make exciting stories. They use physicality and theatre to make life a bit clearer. 412 Productions create professional touring productions for audiences who love dynamic, provocative and entertaining live work.

Artistic Director Philip Stokes is an award winning playwright and director. His plays have been performed around the globe including Edinburgh, Dublin, Chicago, Adelaide and throughout the UK. He has written and directed many critically acclaimed and sell out Edinburgh Fringe shows since 2006. Night + Daze is his second work for 412 Productions following the company’s debut Super Cool Love (Produced by Dep Arts).

Philip’s plays include Heroin(e) For Breakfast (Fringe Review Outstanding Theatre Award, Adelaide Holden Street Theatre Award, 5* The Sunday Telegraph – ‘So beautifully written, staged and acted, it takes one’s breath away’), My Filthy Hunt (5* The Scotsman – ‘Stunning piece of theatre’), Razing Eddie (The Stage – Must See Show), Uber Hate Gang (5* Fest – ‘An exhilarating piece of theatre’), Beeston Rifles (The Stage – Must See Show, nominated Award for Acting Excellence), and Elvis Hates Me (5* Rolling Stone – ‘Utterly hilarious’).

Ella Daley is a professional dancer, choreographer and workshop leader. She has toured the UK as a freelance dancer, showcased her work at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Lawrence Batley Theatre and York Barbican amongst others. She has won many awards for her distinctive contemporary choreography at prestigious UK competitions and choreographed countless other winners.

Night + Daze is funded by Arts Council England and was produced in the Research and Development phase by Time Won’t Wait.

412 Productions is an associate artist of Harrogate Theatre, for more information contact [email protected]

Ella Daley and Philip Stokes