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 have collaborated with composers and sound designers including Alex Groves, Christian Mason, Christopher Mayo, Shelley Parker, Matt Rogers and Thomas Smetryns; visual artists and set designers including Manual Cinema, Gavin Turk and Ana Inés Jabares-Pita; and performing ensembles including EXAUDI, The Coveryard and Rambert.
ERRATICA’s commissioning and producing partners include The Print Room at the Coronet, Dance Umbrella and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Presenters include Spitalfields Music, Oxford Contemporary Music and euro-scene Leipzig.
Board of Trustees
Caroline Cowie, Matthew Kentridge, Fiona McGovern,
Patrick Eakin Young
Brenda Potter, Anne Stanwix & William Kentridge, Anda & Bill Winters, Hazel Collins, Giorgina Djanogly, Wendy Fisher,
Marian Goodman Gallery
ERRATICA is supported by PRS for Music Foundation