Foco Novo Theatre Company was founded in 1971 by British director Roland Rees, American playwright Bernard Pomerance, and British producer David Aukin. Foco Novo was one of the earliest, touring UK Fringe Theatre Companies, and toured to non-traditional venues such as miner's welfare and youth clubs. The company produced translations of Bertolt Brecht and Georg Buchner, and gave an early platform to black playwrights Mustapha Matura, Tunde Ikoli and Alfred Fagon.


Title Year Publisher NT Library
Roland Rees, Fringe First: Pioneers of Fringe Theatre on Record 1992 Oberon Books No