Photo credits:
1,4: Panagis Chrysovergis
2,3: Yannis Katsaris

Theatre Lab Company ( is a London-based international company, originally founded by Greek artists, with reputation for mesmerising theatrical imagery, physical theatre/performance and devised experimental work. Words, music, images and movement are brought together to create dynamic theatre that crosses the boundaries of culture, language, taboo and medium. One of the company’s aims is the promotion of Greek art and culture. Sponsors include Arts Council England, Awards for All, The Secretariat General of Greeks Abroad, and several private foundations. The Company has been invited and participated in international theatre festivals in France, Edinburgh, London, Greece, Belgrade, Dublin, Prague and New York.

Notable credits include their recent short-run commendation from Off West End for Great Expectations, an award by Global Entertainment Awards for Most Innovative International Theatre Company – UK, being flagged by official critiques for their production of Salome at Avignon Festival D’OFF, being nominated as top performance of the 2007 Prague Fringe by the main critique, the Prague Post. Awards include the Hellenic Foundation Award (1997), Critiques 1st Award, Prague International Theatre Festival (2007), nominations for a Fringe First and Total Theatre Awards, Edinburgh Festival (2007). Theatre Lab’s ancient Greek tragedy and comedy productions have been highly acclaimed.

Credits include: Heartbreak Hotel (Etcetera Theatre, 2022); Don Juan (The Vaults, 2022; Hoxton Hall, 2018); A Respectable Wedding (Oxford Old Fire Station, 2022; Playground Theatre, 2018); Emmeline (The Cockpit, 2021); Great Expectations (Playground Theatre, 2019); Lucrezia the Sinner, Lucrezia the Saint (Oxford Playhouse BT Studio, The Cockpit & Tour in Greece, 2019); Six Nights on the Acropolis with Stamatis Kraounakis (Hellenic Centre, London); Jamaica Inn (Tabard Theatre, 2017); Salomé (Hoxton Hall, London, 2017; Thessaloniki, Greece, 2014;Avignon Festival D’OFF, 2014; Cabaret Voltaire, Athens, 2013; The Old Cholmeley Boys’ Club, -Site Specific; 2012); Dancing with the Devil: A play about Rudolf Nureyev (Lilian Baylis, Sadler’s Wells, 2016); Medea (Riverside Studios, 2014); Psychostasia: The Performance (Riverside Studios, 2014; The Old Cholmeley Boys’ Club, 2013); Lysistrata (Riverside Studios, 2013); The Oresteia (Riverside Studios, 2012); Medusa – The Beheaded Lover (Site Specific Performance, Shunt, London, 2011); The Fall of the House of Usher (Site Specific Performance, The Old Cholmeley Boys’ Club, Dalston, London, 2010); Antigone (Riverside Studios,  London, 2010; International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama, Cyprus, 2011); Festival of Contemporary Greek Theatre (Tristan Bates Theatre, London 2009); Velvet Scratch (Groundwork Festival, Camden People’s Theatre, London, 2007; Prague Fringe Festival, 2007; Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2007; Tour of Greece, 2008; New York International Fringe, 2008); Guernica (National Theatre of Greece, Empty Space Festival, Athens, June 2006); xxx anonymous (Prague Fringe Festival, 2006; Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2007); Guernica (Ovalhouse Theatre, London, 2006) 4ever (Pleasance Theatre, London, 2005); xxx anonymous (King’s Head Theatre, London, 2005; ESB Dublin Fringe Festival, 2004; Pleasance Theatre, London 2003); Flowers for the Lady (Pleasance Theatre, London, 2004); Centuries Away from Alaska (Hellenic Centre, London, 2004); Contemporary Greek Theatre Festival (Gate Theatre, 2003); Urban Stories (Riverside Studios, May 2002, UK tour and Pleasance Theatre London, Feb- March 2003, sponsored by the Arts Council of England), With Power from Shoreditch (Rosemary Branch Theatre, London, 2001; Politia Theatre, Athens and BITEF Theatre, Belgrade, 2001), Byzantium 00 A.D. (Union Chapel, Islington & The Hellenic Centre, London, 2000); Dangerous Corner (The Hellenic Centre, London, 1999; Athens, 1999) Carnival-Cabaret (The Hellenic Centre, London, 1999) Melina: A story about the pleasure of life (The Hellenic Centre, London, 1998), The Parade (Chelsea Centre Theatre, London (British premiere)1997; European Theatre Festival, London, 1997; tour in Greece,1997, International Spring Festival, Thessaloniki,1998), A taste of the sea, Odysseas Elyti (Lilian Baylis Theatre, London, 1996). 

Theatre publications: Contemporary Greek Theatre, Volume 1, (Arcadia Books, 1999); Contemporary Greek Theatre, Volume 2 (Arcadia Books, 2001).

Workshops: TLC Training Workshops (2017-2021); Abuse (Riverside Studios, 2014); The Greek Tragedy (Workshop, Hellenic Centre, London, 2006); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (workshop & performance with Greek Schools of London, 2006); Lysistrata (workshop & performance with Greek Schools of London, 2005); Women: Cultural Diversity and Integration (London, 2001-2002); Workshops for non-theatre people (The Hellenic Centre, 1999-2000); Theatre Skills & the Multicultural School Environment (Athens-London, 1999, Organised by Theatre Lab Company, Royal National Theatre, The Central School of Speech and Drama, funded by Greek Education Authority); Alexander Technique Workshop (Theatro Technis, London, 1997); Dramatisation of literary texts (Greek Secondary School of London, 1995), On Sea Waves (Theatro Technis, 1996);  In the Darkest Time (Theatro Technis, 1995

                                          ANASTASIA REVI

Anastasia Revi is the Artistic Director of Theatre Lab Company, an award winning International Theatre Company that is based in London. She is also the Secretary to the Board of Trustees of Theatre Lab Company that is a charity. Anastasia has been highly praised and recognised for her hard work and dedication to Culture and she had the honour to be nominated, amongst the 5 finalists, for the Greek International Women Awards (London, December 2017) and amongst the 3 finalists for the Woman of the Year Award of Greece (Athens, March 2017). She received the 2016 Best Theatre Director Award of Greece  for her Shakespeare’s Macbeth (National Theatre of Northern Greece, November 2016) and EXALIPTRON Award for Theatre for her career in Theatre  (Athens, April 2016). In 2009 she was nominated for the Emerging Theatre Director Award of Greece.

Her company has received the OFFCOMM Commendation in 2019 and the Most Innovative International Theatre Production Company UK at the Global Entertainment Awards in 2018. Her company has also been selected as the Coup de Coeur of Avignon Festival in 2014 in Avignon, France , the Press’ Choice  in 2007 in Prague, Chekkh Republic  and also in 2007 has been nominated for the Total Theatre Awards of Edinburgh Festival. Back in 1997 when she was just starting her career as a member of Theatre Lab, the company received The Hellenic Foundation Award.

Anastasia has directed a vast number of theatre productions in London, in Greece and abroad, she collaborates with Praxis Theatre Group of Oxford University since 2015, she has worked as a workshop facilitator, radio producer, interpreter, translator of theatre plays and literature and as a producer of theatre festivals. She has worked in Education, she has organised art festivals, readings and book presentations  in London and Oxford, she has worked with a great number of independent artists including composers, poets, photographers, designers, film makers, installation artists and  she has been invited to give lectures to Oxford University and University of Cyprus. Her current work focuses on Feminism and she is invited as a workshop facilitator on the subject of Empowering Women.

She has an extensive experience into fundraising from small crowd funding activities to major events and her record consists of major organisations like The Arts Council of England and The Awards for All.

She has a degree in English and American Literature (Aristotle University, Greece), a degree in 3-year Classical Acting (National Theatre of Northern Greece – Distinction) and when she arrived in London she continued her theatre studies at London Theatre Conservatory, and at  École Philippe Gaulier. She expanded her studies through travelling around the world meeting great masters of theatre including Simon McBurney, Augusto Boal, Ozzie Rogriguez, Tage Larsen, Rufus Norris.

She has directed the following theatre productions:

MY BELOVED FAMILYSimpkins Lee Theatre, Oxford University, May 2022
DON JUANVaults, London, May 2022
A RESPECTABLE WEDDINGOld Fire Station, Oxford, February 2022
EMMELINE/THE SUFFRAGETTE MOVEMENTCockpit Theatre, London, November 2021
GREAT EXPECTATIONSPlayground Theatre, London, December 2019
LUCREZIA BORGIABT Studio Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, March 2019, 
 The Cockpit, London, October 2019,
MADAME XTheatro Technis Karolos Koun, Athens, September 2019
MOTHERS AND LOVERSPlayground Theatre, London, June 2019
ON THE 10TH OF JUNESimpkins Lee Theatre, Oxford University, May 2019
SIX NIGHTS ON THE ACROPOLISThe Hellenic Centre, London, September 2018
A RESPECTABLE WEDDINGPlayground Theatre, London, June 2018
SPLINTERSSimpkins Lee Theatre, Oxford University, May 2018
DON JUANHoxton Hall, London, April 2018
JAMAICA INNTabard Theatre, London, November 2017
I WANT A COUNTRYO’Reilly Theatre, Oxford, May 2017
SALOMEHoxton Hall, London2017
DANCING WITH THE DEVILSadler’s Wells, London2016
MELTED BUTTERSimpkins Lee Theatre, Oxford University 2016
MACBETHNational Theatre of Northern Greece, Thessaloniki 2016
SWEET BIRD OF YOUTHALMA Theatre, Athens2015-16
SALOMEAvignon International Festival, France2014
 Cabaret Voltaire, Athens 2013
 The Old Cholmeley Boys Club, London201
PSYCHOSTASIAThe Old Cholmeley Boys Club, London 2013
THE BEEAggelon Vima Theatre, Athens 2013
CUBA LIBREAggelon Vima Theatre, Athens 2012
DREAM WAVESNational Opera House of Northern Greece, Thessaloniki 2011
ANTIGONE15th International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama of Cyprus, Cyprus, 2011
BATTLE OF BABY LONDONCentral St Martin’s School of Art and Design and British Library/Site Specific project in Docklands, London 2011
Dinner with Beckett: COME AND GO/PLAYThe Old Cholmeley Boys Club, London2011
THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHERThe Old Cholmeley Boys Club, London 2010
KISS THE SHADOWSoho Theatre & Royal Festival Hall, London2010
GHOST FROM A PERFECT PLACENational Theatre of Northern Greece, Thessaloniki 2008-09
VELVET SCRATCHNew York International Fringe Festival, New York 2008
 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh 2007 
 Prague Fringe Festival, Prague 2007
FROM THE PIT OF MY STOMACHEtcetera Theatre, London2007
XXX ANONYMOUSEdinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh2007
 Prague Fringe Festival, Prague2006
 Kings Head Theatre, London 2005
 Dublin Fringe Festival, Dublin 2004
 Pleasance Theatre, London 2003
GUERNICAOval House Theatre, London 2006
 National Theatre of Greece, Athens 2006
MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAMAll Saints Arts Centre, London 2006
WHEN AMAZONS WAKEOpen Air Theatre Festival of Greece, 2005
FOR EVERPleasance Theatre, London2005
FLOWERS FOR THE LADYPleasance Theatre, London 2004
 Lakeside Theatre, Colchester
 Midland Arts Centre, Birmingham
 Old Market Theatre, Brighton
 Pleasance Theatre, London
FIVE KINDS OF SILENCESofouli Theatre, Thessaloniki 2001-02
WITH POWER FROM SHOREDITCHRosemary Branch Theatre, London 2001
 Politia Theatre, Athens 2001
 BITEF Theatre, Belgrade 2001
BYZANTIUM 00 ADUnion Chapel, London2000
DANGEROUS CORNERThe Hellenic Centre, London, 1998
 Athens College Theatre, Athens1999
MELINA A story about the pleasure of lifeThe Hellenic Centre, London 1998
CABARET CABCanal Café Theatre, London 1996

She has directed the following digital productions:

LORD BYRON, June 2021

EROS, March 2020

MRS X, October 2020


Her teaching experience includes:

PRAXIS Theatre Group of Oxford University

Permanent collaboration since 2015

Theatre Lab Company 3-year Acting Course 

Permanent collaboration since 2017

Theatre Directing Course 

Online course 2021

The actor as a World Maker

Theatre Delicatessen, Canary Wharf, 2017

Young Heroes 

Priory Centre, Acton, 2009-10

Boxes with secrets: get in touch with emotions 

Islington Community organisations; Acton Schools, Community Centres and Acton Library, 2007-08

The Unique Characters of Greek Tragedy 

The Hellenic Centre, 2006

Children, Dual Identity

The Greek School of London and Greek Cypriot Schools of North London, 2004-6

Women, Cultural Diversity and Integration 

North London Women Community Centres, 2001 

Her work as a translator includes:                             

From Greek to English:

Fire and Water by C. Spelioti, 2007

For Ever by G. Iliopoulos, 2005

Bryan by N. Karvelas, 2005

Flowers for the Lady by Α. Dimou, 2004

Time is Always on Time by Μ. Anthis, 2004

Everything Settled by Μ. Anthis, 2004

XXX Anonymous by G. Iliopoulos, 2003

The Parade by L. Anagnostaki, 1996

From English to Greek:

Ghost from a Perfect Placeby Philip Ridley, 2008

Bells by Yasmin Whittaker-Khan, 2005

Five Kinds of Silence by Sheilagh Stevenson, 2001