Who we are

Pigfoot is a multi award-winning theatre company, dedicated to making collaborative, carbon-neutral theatre. We make work with and for those grappling with the climate & ecological crisis. Our theatre ‘practices what it preaches’ (The Sunday Times on Pigfoot) & protests from within an industry which, in London alone, has been shown to have a carbon footprint of 50,000 tonnes a year - roughly equivalent to driving a car 1.5 million times round the M25.

Pigfoot began in Oxford, producing site-specific work by the River Thames and at the Oxford Playhouse. Pigfoot became carbon-neutral in 2018 - find out more about our methods and about what being a carbon-neutral company means here.


Bea is a director + theatre-maker who set up Pigfoot in 2017, and is currently directing How To Save A Rock & Hot in Here. She has directed shows in venues incl. the Oxford Playhouse, and assistant-directed/produced Poltergeist Theatre's Lights Over Tesco Car Park (Edinburgh Fringe, 2018; New Diorama, 2018). 

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Hetty is a director & producer. Directing credits include: Hot in Here; Yes Chef (The Roundhouse, 2020); BEATS (Paines Plough Roundabout, NSDF 2020);Yen
(Edinburgh Fringe 2018) & Boys (UK Tour 2018). Producing credits include: How To Save A Rock & Tathata Theatre's
The Sobcentre (The Island, Bristol 2020)

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Pigfoot is run by Bea Udale-Smith and Hetty Hodgson. We create and collaborate with a variety of amazing creatives. You can find our contact details here.