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Black Dog Combat

'The stage combat is fiercely convincing.' - Bath Echo, The Breach (Apricity Theatre)

'A shocking end which had me on the end of my seat.' - Lifestyledistrict, Everyone Is Dead (Theatre West)

'The movement and fight direction is excellent, these moments reflect the potential that is within the piece; the explosive action exposing the brewing hatred and conflict.' - Theatre Bath, Fall Of Kings (Apricity Theatre) 

Black Dog have choreographed fight scenes and moments of violence for various different companies all over the south west.

If you would like to inquire about how we can help your show and our rates then you can contact us at either or at

'Some really well choreographed and convincing fight scenes.' -, 'There's Nothing There' (Dumb Blonde Theatre)

'Of particular note for me was the amazing choreography of the fight scenes and the good taste it all left in your mouth.' - Glos Info, Curse Of The Sapphire Blade (BD productions)

'What the second half offers is a baseball bat swinging, throat throttling roller coaster of a heated battle. The fight choreographers made the most of the actors physical abilities to create gripping sequences that the actors appear to relish and offered the audience some well deserved “oo" inducing moments.' - Bristol 365, Between The Armies (Apricity Theatre)

'The fight between Etiocles and Polyneices, is just stunning; in darkness, to the deafening sound of modern battle, and is a chilling portrayal of the true violence of war.' - Theatre Bath, Oedipus and Antigone (Beyond The Horizon)

'Being a Black Dog Production, one should always expect beautifully choreographed fight sequences, and The Curse of the Sapphire Blade does not disappoint, with its myriad of different weaponry and fighting styles' - Confessions of a 5ft 2 Actress, 'Curse Of the Sapphire Blade' (BD Productions)

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Photo Credit, The Breach and Between The Armies: Joe Samuels
Photo Credit, The Curse Of The Sapphire Blade: Cordelia Tarbrooke

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