Colour of Fruit Productions is a fresh new production company based in the south east UK. 
For audiences, our aim is to serve up a refreshing blend of deliciously interesting plays that will linger on your palette long after tasting.
For our actors and crew, we strive to create to a positive energetic and fair environment where you can develop and experiment. 



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Two down, four to go!

21st November 2015

So! We are two shows into our run and having a lot of fun. Our audiences so far have been warm and friendly and willing to get on board the crazy train.


The lovely Alt Reading came along on opening night and had this to say. Tickets are still available for the rest of the performances so if you haven't been yet, come along, if you've already seen it, come again! We'd love to have you! 


Buy tickets here


20th October 2015

Good morning Fruitcakes! Tickets are now on sale for How We Live Now. Woohoo!!!


Seating at Iguana is limited so book your ticket as soon as possible, there is just about a month until we open and you don't want to miss out. 


To buy tickets and find out more about the production, click here.

Blog it!

19th October 2015

You all knew that when we said there would be a new blog post on Friday, we secretly meant Monday, right? You cracked the code!


In today's blog Lauren talks about choosing a venue and why it is important. 

New News! New SHOW!

12th October 2015

We are delighted to announce our Winter 2015 production will be...drum roll please...

How We Live Now  

(an evening of comedy on a nebulous theme)


Please and proud so we are to have procured this brilliant piece from author and playwright Brandon M. Crose. Refreshingly funny and frighteningly truthful, this irreverent collection of short plays invites us all to take a look a good hard look at ourselves, and then find ourselves highly ridiculous. 


To find out more, visit our Freshly Squeezed page!


We are also tremendously excited to be working for the first time with Iguana Bar. Developing theatre in non-traditional has long been of interest here at COF, and we believe that Reading is ready to step outside of the theatre for its theatre.


Founding Fruitcake Lauren will be talking about out of the box theatre and fringe venues on Friday in the COF blog


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