ERRATICA is a London-based arts company that creates diverse musical spectacles, both in the UK and internationally.
Established in 2009 by artistic director Patrick Eakin Young, ERRATICA's new music theatre productions explore the theatrical and narrative potential of the human voice: sung, spoken, live, recorded, distorted or disembodied.
Driven by eclectic musical scores — whether borrowed, newly composed or collaboratively devised — our work combines live and mediated vocals with diverse technologies to tell powerful stories in new ways.
ERRATICA's artistic director, Patrick Eakin Young, is a director, designer and artist, originally from Toronto, Canada, now living and working in the UK.
He attended Columbia University in New York where he studied English and Comparative Literature. He has assisted directors in the US both regionally and off-Broadway, held observerships at both the Metropolitan Opera and the Royal Opera House, assisted for the South African artist and director William Kentridge, and been a fellow of the Atelier Opéra en Création at the Festival D’Aix-en-Provence, France.
Since 2007, he has been directing and producing contemporary musical spectacles through ERRATICA. His work has been presented in New York, Johannesburg, Toronto, and London.